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TARNISHED IMAGE Scandal alters first lady Maureen McDonnell's image

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  • First lady’s image shifts

    First lady Maureen McDonnell spoke with Star Scientific CEO Jonnie Williams Sr. during a reception at the Executive Mansion in April 2011. At center is Mary Shea Sutherland, her chief of staff at the time. Williams’ gifts and loans to the first family exceed $145,000.

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In hundreds of photos on the governor’s state website, Maureen McDonnell appears a smiling hostess to business leaders, politicians, teachers and others at events in Virginia’s 200-year-old Executive Mansion.

In her 3½ years as first lady, she has focused her attention on promoting Virginia’s wine industry, supporting military families and celebrating the historic property.

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