Terry McAuliffe’s business past again raises questions

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Mr. McAuliffe revealed after he was asked by a Politico reporter in April that he had resigned from his role as GreenTech chairman at the beginning of December.

After taking criticism over the visa program from Republicans, the McAuliffe campaign in an April statement accused Mr. Cuccinelli of “attacking a program supported by every US Senator, all but three members of the US House, the McDonnell administration and Fortune 500 companies like Hilton and Marriott.”

“We already knew Ken Cuccinelli was bad for business, but to attack a universally supported program that has created billions of dollars in investment and created tens of thousands of jobs is a stunning rejection of mainstream policies to create jobs,” Mr. Schwerin said. “Ken Cuccinelli needs to explain why he is the only elected official in Virginia who opposes this job creation program.”

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