Over the summer, Jim Justice’s mounting scandals took center stage in West Virginia Republicans’ “messy,” “costly,” and “bruising” primary. Check out the coverage highlighting Justice’s barrage of financial scandals, his refusal to release his personal financial disclosure and his work schedule, the renewed scrutiny over his health issues, his ties to Saudi Arabia, and more below:
All of these scandals have led Justice to draw “fire from the influential conservative group Club For Growth.” The group launched a new ad buy in West Virginia that “slams Jim Justice” for his ties to Mitch McConnell and “the Washington ‘swamp.’ This follows previous reporting that West Virginia is a “major front” in the multi-million dollar “looming proxy war” between national Republicans — who are backing Justice — and the Club for Growth — who endorsed Mooney and raised $13.55 million to support Mooney’s campaign.
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