Kenneth Cuccinelli says Terry McAuliffe’s priorities would cost Virginia $14 billion

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Mr. McAuliffe, meanwhile, has been releasing television advertisements of local businesspeople and workers, as well as Virginia Beach Mayor Will Sessoms, a Republican touting his candidacy.

Mr. Sessoms dismissed as “reckless” and untrue a statement Mr. Cuccinelli suggesting a possible “quid pro quo” related to Mr. Sessoms’ support of Mr. McAuliffe’s candidacy and the Democrat’s supporting a light-rail line to Norfolk.

“For him to insinuate something like that is infuriating,” Mr. Sessoms told the Virginian-Pilot.

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