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McAuliffe Snags Two $100,000 Checks

Tim Craig

Terry McAuliffe, a Democratic candidate for governor, already has two contributors who have given $100,000 to his campaign, according to campaign finance reports.

McAuliffe, who has so far raised about $950,000, collected $100,000 checks from Radford businessman Randal J. Kirk and Ed Haddock, a Richmond native who is now a businessman in Florida.

Novelist John Grisham, Huda A. Farouki, a finance and shipping mogul, John Raffaelli, a Washington attorney and lobbyist who lives in Alexandria, and Premium Distributors LLC each gave McAuliffe $50,000.

Eight of McAuliffe's donors gave $25,000.

By Tim Craig  |  January 15, 2009; 12:22 PM ET
Categories:  2009 Governor's Race , Terry McAuliffe , Tim Craig  
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