Rand Paul

President of the United States

Fiscally Conservative, Socially Liberal

Because of his time in the legislative branch, he is well versed in how to propose and affect legislation which will benefit him as Chief Legislator. As Chief of Party, Paul will use his diverse political background to endorse people from multiple parties to be elected to offices. Because of his progressive thinking and ability to adapt, President Paul will make a great Chief Diplomat and Commander-in-Chief as he deals with other nations and ambassadors from those nations. He will be cautious and not give the country away to foreign nations, but will still attempt to be peaceful and productive with them. Rand Paul is very passionate with how he feels about our country and he has numerous moderate views, therefore he will make a good Chief of State to unite the American people and gain support from many different groups. Being involved in politics from an early age provided Paul with the connections to people working in the government, there for he knows more about his inferiors as Chief Executive. As Chief Administrator he will represent the nation with his strong ideals, and handle money in a fiscally conservative way while still thinking liberally about the social well-being of the citizens of the U.S.. Finally, as Chief Citizen, President Paul will represent a large number of people with his moderate ideals and always strive for the public good.

Biographical Information

Randal Howard Paul was born on January 7, 1963, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Carol and Ron Paul, who is also a politician and physician. He was baptized in the Episcopal Church and identified as a practicing Christian as a teenager. The Paul family moved to Lake Jackson, Texas in 1968, where he was raised and where his father began a medical practice. When he was 13, his father was elected to the US House of Representatives. That same year, Paul attended the 1976 Republican National Convention, where his father headed Ronald Reagan's Texas delegation. In his teenage years, Paul studied the Australian economists that his father respected, as well as the writings of Objectivist philosopher Ayn Rand. Paul attended Baylor University from fall 1981 to summer 1984 and was enrolled in the honors program.

U.S. Senate 2011-2013, 113th Congress 2013-2015, 114th Congress 2015-Present.