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Virginia candidate Jackson has history of money problems

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The Republican nominee for lieutenant governor in Virginia, Chesapeake pastor E.W. Jackson, has a long history of financial and legal troubles, including his repeated failure to pay taxes in Massachusetts and Virginia, The Washington Examiner has learned. Jackson's money problems extend back 30 years to when he was a young lawyer in Massachusetts, but continued into last year, when he was...

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