TUESDAY IS WINDING DOWN… THE CANDIDATES ARE TURNING THEIR ATTENTION TO SATURDAY’S CONTESTS… WHICH INCLUDES THE KENTUCKY REPUBLICAN CAUCUS. DONALD TRUMP WASTED NO TIME TALKING TO KENTUCKY VOTERS. ‘THOUSANDS’ OF PEOPLE ATTENDED HIS RALLY IN LOUISVILLE THIS AFTERNOON. THIS COMES AFTER BEN CARSON’S…. TOWN HALL IN LEXINGTON YESTERDAY. AND AS GARRETT WYMER TELLS US… ‘OTHER’ REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES… ARE FOCUSING ON KENTUCKY TOO. “Are you ready to make Kentucky Trump country on Saturday? Are you ready to get your neighbors and friends out to vote for Donald Trump on Saturday?” TRUMP’S TEAM CERTAINLY HOPES SO… TRYING TO MAKE SURE THE THOUSANDS WHO CAME TO HIS RALLY… ALSO TURN OUT TO CAUCUS FOR HIM THIS WEEKEND. “So on Saturday – very important – because everything we do – it’s all wonderful, but if we don’t vote that’s not so good. So Saturday you have to get out and vote, OK? The 5th. You have to get out and vote. You promise? Everybody promise?” “The executive director of the Republican Party of Kentucky tells me Saturday’s caucus allows Kentucky to be a relevant player in the primary process. He says the commonwealth’s already shown its importance – getting visits from Ben Carson and Donald Trump – and an expected stop for Marco Rubio on Friday.” RUBIO’S RALLY IS SCHEDULED FOR 10:15 FRIDAY MORNING AT THE BLUEGRASS BALLGROOM AT THE LEXINGTON CENTER. MEANWHILE…TRUMP ‘S SUPPORTERS ARE CONFIDENT HE’LL WIN KENTUCKY AND THE COUNTRY. “I’m all about Trump. People think I’m crazy but I think he’s awesome. He shoots straight from the hip, he’s exactly what we need and I’m looking forward to him being the president.” IN LOUISVILLE… “Saturday I’m going to be watching Kentucky! I’m going to be watching.” GARRETT WYMER… W-K-Y-T. TED CRUZ PLANS TO SEND HIS FATHER, RAFAEL, TO KENTUCKY ON FRIDAY.. TO CAMPAIGN FOR HIM IN LOUISVILLE AND BOWLING GREEN. ALONG WITH KENTUCKY… KANSAS, LOUISIANA, MAINE, AND NEBRASKA WILL HOLD EITHER CAUCUSES OR PRIMARIES ON SATURDAY. FOR REPUBLICANS… KENTUCKY AND LOUISIANA HAVE THE ‘MOST’ DELEGATES AT STAKE… WITH FORTY-SIX EACH. KENTUCKY’S REPUBLICAN DELEGATES WILL BE DIVIDED AMONG THE CANDIDATES… WHO HAVE AT LEAST FIVE -PERCENT OF THE VOTE.