LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Candidates for Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner are scheduled to debate on statewide television tonight.
Kentucky Educational Television is scheduled to air two live debates tonight starting at 9 o'clock. One for Republicans, and a second for Democrats, seeking their parties' nominations in the May 22nd primary election.
Don Stosberg, a Republican challenging incumbent Commissioner Richie Farmer, will appear in the first debate for 15 minutes. A KET spokeswoman says Farmer is not scheduled to participate.
Meanwhile, Democrats David Neville, of Pleasureville, and David Lynn Williams, of Glasgow, will appear starting at 9:30 pm.
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