Terry McAuliffe and his out of state cash....
The WAPO has a decent read - McAuliffe's Fundraising: High-Dollar, High-Mileage.
RICHMOND -- While his Democratic rivals confined their travels to Virginia, gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe quietly slipped out of the commonwealth a dozen times in recent weeks to attend fundraisers in his honor hosted by some of the nation's top Democratic donors. One day this month, he dashed from a morning roundtable in Roanoke, caught a United Airlines flight to Phoenix and landed in time for an evening event hosted by an Arizona Democratic activist. On another, he left on a pre-dawn U.S. Airways flight that required a plane change in Charlotte to get from a Chicago fundraiser to a midday event in Lebanon, Va., near the North Carolina border.
Near the N. Carolina Border? Good reporting there (LOL). Anyway, the writer brings up a good point -
Although McAuliffe's national contacts will help him raise millions, his energetic fundraising outside the state risks giving ammunition to rivals who say he is an outsider in Virginia, out of touch with state politics and residents' concerns. But McAuliffe says he sees no problems with the out-of-state money.
"The nice thing is people are helping me from all over," McAuliffe said. "I've had a lot of long relationships. These folks don't want anything from Virginia. They think I'd make a great governor."
I'm Terry McAuliffe and people from other states think I will be a great Governor of your Virginia" That's a winning slogan! The only chance the dems have to win is by outspending McDonnell.