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Here’s the latest on Jeff McKay, the Fairfax Democrats’ embattled nominee for Chairman of the Board of Supervisors…
According to the Washington Post, “Fairfax County Supervisor Jeff C. McKay met Tuesday with Virginia State Police investigators reportedly seeking to determine whether he violated a state ethics law when buying his home from a developer friend in 2017.”
As the Post noted, “The claims stem from an ethics complaint filed in May by developer Tim Chapman, one of three Democrats who lost to McKay in the June primary election for board chairman of Virginia’s largest jurisdiction.”
Mr. McKay will face Republican Joe Galdo in the November 5th general election. Mr. Galdo has called the allegations against Mr. McKay “very troubling.”
In a statement, Mr. McKay said that he looks forward to a “quick resolution” of the matter.
After WAMU broke the story last week, Mr. Galdo tweeted: “What’s clear right now is that we need more transparency from our elected officials, whose job is to advance the interests of everyday residents – not well-connected developers and certainly not themselves.”