Citizens United, the conservative group that spurred a pivotal 2010 Supreme Court campaign finance decision, is promoting a 29-minute documentary it produced called “Fast Terry” that excoriates McAuliffe for his troubled business ventures GreenTech and Franklin Pellets. The movie has been running on local cable stations in the state and has been viewed nearly 50,000 times online. The group is spending more than $600,000 on TV spots advertising the film.
“My goal is to educate people,” said David Bossie, president of Citizens United, who noted that the movie never mentions that McAuliffe is running for governor. “You can’t cross the line, and we know where the line is and we don’t cross it.”
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