WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -- Republican strategist Karl Rove heads to Wichita later this month to address the 100th annual convention of the Kansas Livestock Association.
Rove is the featured speaker at the association's banquet on Nov. 28. He's expected to discuss what this month's elections mean for the nation, especially the agricultural sector.
Rove was deputy chief of staff to President George W. Bush.
The convention runs Nov. 28-30. Also on the agenda are readings from cowboy entertainer and former veterinarian Baxter Black, and a session on market outlooks with a top official from the beef industry information company CattleFax.