Wyoming's early selection process is catching the attention of Presidential hopefuls, including Kansas Senator Sam Brownback.
The Republican says he will attend two Presidential forums Saturday organized by the Wyoming Republican Party in Casper and Riverton.
Brownback's campaign says he'll use a Friday appearance hosted by the the Wyoming Family Coalition to talk about his "unmatched record of leadership on pro-life and pro-family issues."
Wyoming will hold county conventions on January 5, 2008, to select delegates to the national convention that will nominate the Republican Party's candidate. Wyoming's county convention process, unlike a primary or statewide caucuses, relies on precinct committee men and women to select the state's delegates to the national convention.
Brownback's campaign says many of those precinct committee members will attend the forums, giving him an opportunity "to highlight his conservative credentials before a key grassroots audience."
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