VA GOP Lt. Governor Candidate Fails to Properly Itemize Contribution

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Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli speaks during his acceptance of the "Defender of the Constitution" award at the 39th Conservative Political Action Committee on Feb. 9, 2012  in Washington, D.C. (credit: MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli speaks during his acceptance of the “Defender of the Constitution” award at the 39th Conservative Political Action Committee on Feb. 9, 2012 in Washington, D.C. (credit: MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

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RICHMOND, Va. — Fresh from their nominations at Virginia’s Republican statewide convention in May, the new GOP ticket was jetted across Virginia courtesy of a car title lending company.

The Virginia Public Access Project shows gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli and attorney general nominee Mark Obenshain both reported their $9,000 in-kind contribution from Select Management Resources LLC, which operates as Loan Max outlets in Virginia.

Lieutenant governor nominee E.W. Jackson was also on the three-day airborne blitz to cities across Virginia to introduce the Republican ticket for November’s general election. VPAP has no record that Jackson listed the trip as a donation.

Jackson has already twice failed to properly itemize individual contributors to his campaign.

There was no reply to two telephone messages and an e-mail left with Jackson’s campaign spokesman seeking comment.

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