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Virginia candidate E.W. Jackson admits past money problems, drug use

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The Republican candidate for lieutenant governor in Virginia, Chesapeake pastor E.W. Jackson, admitted Wednesday to past financial problems, including a bankruptcy and a slew of unpaid taxes in Massachusetts and Virginia. Jackson, in his first press conference since winning his party's nomination in May, sought to explain a 30-year history of money problems first reported by The Washington...

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