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McAuliffe picks GreenTech funder for lottery


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RICHMOND, Va. — Gov. Terry McAuliffe has named a director of GreenTech Automotive’s funding arm to be deputy chief of the Virginia Lottery.


The appointment of Randy Wright comes a year after a federal investigation began into Gulf Coast Funds Management and money raised for the electric-car company McAuliffe says he founded in 2009.


Wright, of Norfolk, sits on Gulf Coast’s three-member board, though McAuliffe’s announcement did not mention that fact.


Anthony Rodham, Hillary Clinton’s younger brother, is president and CEO of Gulf Coast, which shares McLean, Va., executive offices with GreenTech.Scissors-32x32.png


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