Chantilly Donates to Governor's Race Campaigns

Chantilly residents, businesses make campaign contributions to Cuccinelli, McAuliffe.

The governor's race in Virginia is attracting contributions from all over the state and the country, including donations from Chantilly.

Campaign finance reports show that Democrat Terry McAuliffe has outraised his Republican counterpart Ken Cuccinelli in the Virginia governor's race, according to the Virginia Public Access Project, which noted the reports were filed with the state Board of Elections.

McAuliffe, former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, raised $5,139,285 between Jan. 1 and March 31, while Cuccinelli, attorney general of Virginia, raised $2,380,403 in the same time period. "The Republican nominee for Virginia governor found himself hamstrung by rules banning him from courting donors during this year’s legislative session," according to The Washington Post.

The largest donor to Cuccinelli's campaign was the Republican Governors Association, with a contribution of $1 million on March 29. Former President Bill Clinton donated $100,000 to McAuliffe.

Campaign finance records show that Chantilly residents and businesses have donated to the campaign of Democrat Terry McAuliffe:

Chantilly residents and businesses have also donated to Cuccinelli:

  • $7,500 from ECS Corporate Services
  • $2,500 from Marianne Horinko
  • $952 from Carl Cecil
  • $750 from Robert William Garrett
  • $110 from Richard Walter Zins
  • $85 from Audrey Elaine Jennifer Dutton


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