Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer, right, and Senate President David Williams made a campaign stop in Ashland earlier this month. Farmer is running for lieutenant governor.
Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer, right, and Senate President David Williams made a campaign stop in Ashland earlier this month. Farmer is running for lieutenant governor.
Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer, right, and Senate President David Williams made a campaign stop in Ashland earlier this month. Farmer is running for lieutenant governor.

Richie Farmer spends big on vehicles while other state agencies cut back

August 26, 2010 12:00 AM

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