Background on Tim Kaine's political history in Virginia
Public records maintained by the nonpartisan Virginia Public Access Project include information related to Tim Kaine's turn as Lt. Governor (2002-06) and Governor (2006-2010).
Virginia has no contribution limits. Candidates for state and local office can accept unlimited donations from individuals, companies, labor unions, partnerships – anyone other than foreign nationals.
- Lt. Governor and Governor
- Richmond City Council/Mayor
VPAP did not track political donations to local candidates during Kaine's tenure (1995-2001) on Richmond City Council.
ENTERTAINMENT AND GIFTS
While he was in office, Virginia politicians could accept entertainment and personal gifts in any amount and from anyone.
Gifts Reported by Kaine (2001-2008)
PERSONAL FINANCIAL DISCLOSURES
Under Virginia law, elected officials must make an annual disclosure of about their personal finances – such as stock ownerships, business partnerships, real estate holdings – that could pose a possible conflict with their official duties.
Kaine's Statement of Economic Interests