Ralph Northam said he wouldn't take 'as much as a writing pen' from Big Pharma. Then he hired a pharmaceutical lobbyist to lead his transition team.

Washington Examiner | 11/14/2017 | Gabriella Munoz
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The day after he became Virginia governor-elect, Ralph Northam announced that Marianne Radcliff would take the lead for his transition team. It’s an ironic move by Northam: hiring a professional lobbyist to spearhead the formation of his cabinet.

Northam repeatedly slammed his Republican opponent Ed Gillespie for being a K Street lobbyist. The Northam campaign released several TV ads highlighting Gillespie’s past work, criticizing him for supposedly selling out college students and local workers.

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Now, Northam has hired a professional lobbyist of his own.

Radcliff has been the vice president of lobbyist firm Kemper Consulting since 2012. The Virginia Public Access Project shows Radcliff associated with 12 clients, from various sectors, including eBay Inc, Fluor Enterprises, and the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers.

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What’s interesting in regards to her position with Northam’s administration is her...
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