WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Republican Governors Association released a new television advertisement today in the Virginia governor’s race focusing on why Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe’s possible visa-for-sale scheme and federal investigations of the activities of his green car company further proves he is a bad deal for Virginia.
You can view the ad here: http://youtu.be/QaOHH0YD8mY
“For years, Terry McAuliffe put Chinese investors and his own political well-being ahead of his promise to create jobs for the people of Virginia. Now his past is catching up with him,” said RGA Communications Director Gail Gitcho. “While Terry McAuliffe tried to blame the Commonwealth for not bidding on the facility – we now know the truth. Officials under Governor Kaine immediately recognized McAuliffe’s GreenTech was no good, likening it to a visa-for-sale scheme with potential national security implications. Now with multiple agencies investigating McAuliffe’s shady business dealings, its becoming crystal clear to voters that Terry McAuliffe is a bad deal for Virginia.”
Terry McAuliffe built his factory in China. Why not Virginia?
“I wanted to put the plants here in Virginia, but unfortunately, for whatever reason, Virginia did not bid on the car manufacturing facility.”
Virginia smelled a rat.
State officials under Democrat Governor Kaine, likened McAuliffe’s factory financing to a visa-for-sale scheme, with potential national security implications, now federal investigations.
Using political connections for preferential treatment?
Selling visas to wealthy Chinese investors?
Terry McAuliffe: A bad deal for Virginia.