Early on Alison Lundergran Grimes had many pundits smelling an upset. She made what many felt was a good run at Mitch McConnell's Senate seat - yet Kentucky's Secretary of State eventually lost to her Republican opponent Mitch McConnell last November by 15 percentage points.
A week before Christmas she was back in the news though. Ms. Lundergan Grimes threatened to take Sen. Rand Paul to court should he attempt to run for both re-election and the U.S. Presidency in 2016.
“The law is clear, you can’t be on the ballot twice for two offices,” said Grimes.
In this image moment, Ms. Lundergan Grimes is expressing two main emotions. Her primary emotion is that of disgust (tightening of her mid-face, flared nostrils, laterally-vectored false mouth smile). Her secondary emotion is incredulity (entire width of her forehead contracted and elevated along with her eyebrows - as well as widely opened eyelids and her head/neck/torso mostly away from the person(s) of her attention). This cluster-context also fits within the more generalized category of significant critical evaluation (overlapping both disgust and disbelief).
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