Tim Longmeyer pleaded guilty in April to receiving $197,500 in cash bribes and $6,000 in illegal campaign contributions while he ran the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet.
Tim Longmeyer pleaded guilty in April to receiving $197,500 in cash bribes and $6,000 in illegal campaign contributions while he ran the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet. File
Tim Longmeyer pleaded guilty in April to receiving $197,500 in cash bribes and $6,000 in illegal campaign contributions while he ran the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet. File

State agencies investigate political donations raised by Tim Longmeyer, others

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