ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) _ Kansan Carolyn Dunn is expected to speak
about the rural woman's perspective during a speech at the Republican convention.
Dunn's address was scheduled for Tuesday night, but was delayed until Wednesday evening. Hurricane Gustav sparked several changes to the GOP's agenda.
Dunn, of St. John, Kansas, says she will deliver her three-minute talk on the broad topic of ``agricultural, rural issues.''
Dunn worked in Washington, D.C., for Senator Pat Roberts when he was in the U.S. House of Representatives and developing the farm
bill. Later, she worked for Senator Sam Brownback.
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