State Auditor Harmon Files for Re-Election
By Kentucky News Network
FRANKFORT - State Auditor Mike Harmon has filed paperwork to seek election to a second term as Kentucky’s Auditor of Public Accounts. 

Harmon previously served in the Kentucky House of Representatives for thirteen years, representing the people of Boyle and Casey County, and previously Washington County, in the 54th district. In keeping with family tradition, Harmon’s filing papers were signed by his wife, Lynn Harmon, and mother, Janet Harmon.

“It has been a privilege serving as Auditor for the past three years and working every day to lead an office dedicated to making government more effective, efficient, and ethical,” said Auditor Harmon. “There is always more work to be done, and I look forward to continuing our efforts to increase transparency and accountability at all levels of government.”

As State Auditor, Harmon has not backed away from challenges and has earned bipartisan praise for his work. High profile reports during Harmon’s first three years in office include examinations of the University of Louisville Foundation, Kentucky Horse Park, Louisville Arena Authority, and the KentuckyWired project. Additionally, Harmon became the first Auditor to ever examine the Kentucky Law Enforcement Foundation Program Fund and the Administrative Office of the Courts.

Published 01:29 AM, Friday Jan. 04, 2019
Updated 09:42 PM, Tuesday Oct. 22, 2019

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