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Topic - David Poole
Virginia's 2013 governor's race figures to be one of the most expensive in state history, featuring front-runners who have experience raising big money in a state that sets no limits on political donations to candidates.
"Anytime you change the equation of how money can be raised or spent, politicians can be very, very cautious," said David Poole, executive director of the Virginia Public Access Project, a nonpartisan tracker of campaign contributions and spending in the state. "They want to make sure that their side's not going to come out on the losing end."