AP Political Writer
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- 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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