This has not been the best week for Democratic Congressional candidate (and current State Representative) Ted Vick. Charged with a number of offenses earlier today, including DUI, his Congressional campaign was already having trouble lining up support.
But some might say that where Ted Vick is involved, business is good.
According to a review of disclosure records from the state Ethics Commission website, Vick has been doing business with the Fourth Circuit Solicitor's office after making contributions to the campaign of Will Rogers, the current solicitor.
In 2008, four thousand dollars was donated to Rogers' campaign by various individuals with the last name Vick. While a thousand came from Rep. Vick himself, another thousand came from Ted Vick Motor Company.
In 2010, Vick then reported earning $7998.98 from the Fourth Circuit Solicitor's office on his Statement of Economic Interests form.
Coincidence? Given the string of questions being asked about Vick, it's a little hard to tell. In any event, it looks like his primary bid, once considered a coronation, could be turning into an uphill battle.