Reeves Hits New Low in Campaign Fundraising Attacks

| April 19, 2017

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The First Quarter fundraising results for Virginia statewide campaigns are out, and the inevitable spin from the candidates has already begun.  Long-time observers can easily predict what campaigns are going to say, but sometimes campaigns will beat expectations and come up with something nobody expected.  Beating expectations in politics is usually a good thing.  In this situation, however, it’s not a good thing.

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