Terry McAuliffe Scandal

McAuliffe Campaign Promise Sparks Int'l Dispute

Tess VandenDolder, In The Capital

One of the first issues to arise with newly elected Gov. Terry McAuliffe actually has nothing to do with Virginia's domestic policies. Instead, the Dem. has become embroiled in an int'l dispute with Japan that could spell big trouble.

McAuliffe GreenTech Scandal Worsens

Julian Walker, The Virginian-Pilot

Terry McAuliffe is facing fresh questions about how fully he severed ties with his electric car company to focus attention on running for VA governor after a watchdog group found documents about his enduring ties to GreenTech Automotive.

Planned Parenthood Dialing for TMac

Steve Ertelt, Lifenews.com

Planned Parenthood is squarely behind pro-abortion VA gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe and are now making phone calls across the state for his campaign.

Why Business Fears Terry McAuliffe

If there’s one thing business fears, it is not a social conservative like Ken Cuccinelli, with whom they may not always agree, as Governor. What business really fears is an influence peddling Governor Terry McAuliffe, who will govern Virginia like a Democratic ward Boss where “doors will be closed” if you don’t do what the Boss and his minions say.

Cronies Keep McAuliffe Coffers Full

Timothy P. Carney, Washington Examiner

Another episode of McAuliffe's crony profiteering needs more scrutiny, particularly his partnership in a venture capital firm whose core strength is political connections.

Is Terry McAuliffe’s Million Car A Year Factory Completely Phony?

Terry McAuliffe's company told Chinese investors it was building a factory to produce up to a million cars a year -- a million cars – that’s more than Chrysler’s total sales of domestic cars and trucks combined. Now people are asking where did some $28.5 million go, but Fast Terry and GreenTech Automotive aren't talking.

Pardon Us Mr. McAuliffe: Scandals Engulfing Virginia's Dem Candidate For Governor

The same Anthony Rodham, brother of Hillary Rodham Clinton, who helped broker a Clinton presidential pardon for one Vonna Jo Gregory, and her husband, Edgar Gregory, Jr. and who in return received $107,000 in "loans" from their company has turned up as the CEO of Terry McAuliffe's troubled Gulf Coast Funds Management now being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission.