RICHMOND, Va. — Gov. Terry McAuliffe has “100 percent divested” himself of GreenTech Automotive, the electric car company he pointed to as evidence of his business savvy during his successful run for Virginia’s top office.
Thomas Richardson, a Washington, D.C., attorney who oversaw financial holdings for the incoming governor, told Watchdog.org McAuliffe was “totally divested” of the firm.
At one time, McAuliffe was said to be the private company’s largest stockholder, with stock valued at some $250,000.
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