Wichita, Ks. (AP) Hundreds of cattle producers struggling in drought will converge in Wichita this week to hear Republican political strategist Karl Rove give his take on the recent presidential election and what it means for the nation and its agricultural sector.
Rove, who served as senior adviser and deputy chief of staff to former President George W. Bush, will be the featured speaker Wednesday before a sold out crowd at the opening of the Kansas Livestock Association’s 100th convention.
About 600 people are expected to hear Rove speak at Wednesday evening’s banquet, and about 800 cattlemen are expected to attend the three-day convention, that according to KLA spokesman Todd Domer.
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