Former Gov., Terry McAuliffe, considering a 2020 run for president, is lauding his record as a job creator.
“Every single city and county in Virginia, their unemployment dropped, and in most of the rural communities, it dropped by over 50 percent,” McAuliffe, a Democrat, said about his term as governor from 2014 to 2018. His comment came during a Nov. 28 radio interview on The John Fredericks Show in Portsmouth.
McAuliffe was governor during a prosperous time. The United States had shaken the Great Recession and was well advanced in what’s become a 113-month economic expansion.
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