In this June 14 file photo, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, right, talked with Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., during the Iowa State Republican Convention in Des Moines, Iowa. Branstad has been working hard to spread the word that the Iowa Republican Party and the state’s lead-off presidential caucuses are welcoming to all Republicans.
In this June 14 file photo, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, right, talked with Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., during the Iowa State Republican Convention in Des Moines, Iowa. Branstad has been working hard to spread the word that the Iowa Republican Party and the state’s lead-off presidential caucuses are welcoming to all Republicans. Associated Press
In this June 14 file photo, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, right, talked with Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., during the Iowa State Republican Convention in Des Moines, Iowa. Branstad has been working hard to spread the word that the Iowa Republican Party and the state’s lead-off presidential caucuses are welcoming to all Republicans. Associated Press

Sam Youngman: What would a Republican presidential caucus mean for Kentucky?

December 23, 2014 12:28 AM

About Sam Youngman

Sam Youngman

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An Owensboro native and Western Kentucky University graduate, Sam Youngman covered national politics and presidents before coming home to work for the Herald-Leader and cover Kentucky political developments.