Monthly Archives: August 2013

The New York Times and The Washington Post ran two stories over the weekend talking about Terry McAuliffe and GreenTech.  The Washington Post interviewed a number of people who were also featured in “Fast Terry”.  Read the stories below: The New York Times: Hopeful’s Connections Jolt Bitter Virginia Race The Washington Post: McAuliffe’s GreenTech Car Company Launched With High Hopes, But Reality Dogs Campaign...
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On Saturday, The Washington Post ran a lengthy article on Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe’s controversial ties with the failed green car company GreenTech. For the story, the Post interviewed a bevy of individuals associated with GreenTech, including four interviewed in Citizens United’s documentary on McAuliffe, Fast Terry: Barbara Tuchel, local activist and former candidate for Tunica County’s Board of Supervisors; Charles Overstreet, former GreenTech employee; Melvin Griffen, former GreenTech employee; and Rev. McKinely Daley, of the Tunica Coujnty’s Board of Supervisors. Read more...
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The conservative Citizens United Productions — whose past films include critical looks at Hillary Rodham Clinton and President Barack Obama — recently released a 30-minute film critical of McAuliffe, called “Fast Terry,” which the group says it has licensed to show on three broadcast stations in southern Virginia starting this month. Read more at the Richmond Times-Dispatch here....
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