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Virginia: Dems accuse GOP of hiding campaign money

WDBJ in Roanoke reports: Virginia Democrats say Republican organizations broke state campaign finance laws. And now the Democrats have filed a complaint with the State Board of Elections.

The Democrats claim the Republican State Leadership Committee is using cash from a hidden donor to air campaign ads for Republican attorney general candidate Bob McDonnell.

State Democrat leaders believe the R-S-L-C is doing the bidding of a wealthy and perhaps well-known individual donor and hiding his identity until after the November Eighth election. R

-S-L-C officials say they are confident they have complied with Virginia laws, as does the McDonnell campaign. -- Democrats accuse Republican group of breaking campaign finance laws

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