The following represents all gifts, loans and political contributions given to Gov. Robert F. McDonnell (R) or members of his family that have been publicly disclosed by McDonnell or revealed through reporting by The Washington Post.
McDonnell has indicated that he reported all gifts that Jonnie R. Williams Sr., chief executive of Star Scientific, gave him. Virginia law does not require elected officials to disclose gifts given to members of their families, and he has repeatedly declined to indicate whether Williams gave additional gifts to his family members.
The governor said Tuesday that he will return all gifts from Williams.
●$57,495*: Political contribution from Star Scientific to McDonnell’s Opportunity Virginia PAC in in-kind air travel.
●$22,371*: Political contribution from Star Scientific to McDonnell’s PAC Opportunity Virginia, in in-kind air travel.
●$50,000** loan to first lady Maureen McDonnell.
●$15,000 gift for catering at wedding of the McDonnells’ daughter Cailin.
●$15,000 gift for high-end clothing during a shopping trip with Maureen McDonnell at Bergdorf Goodman in New York.
●$2,268* gift to McDonnell, the in-kind value of McDonnell’s stay at Williams’s vacation home at Smith Mountain Lake. When the stay ended, McDonnell drove Williams’s Ferrari back to Richmond.
●$6,500 Rolex watch requested by Maureen McDonnell and given to the governor.
●$70,000** in two loans to MoBo Real Estate Partners, a small corporation owned by McDonnell and his sister.
●$10,000** gift for the wedding shower of the McDonnells’ eldest daughter, Jeanine.
●$1,299* gift from Star Scientific to McDonnell, in-kind value of flight from Richmond to Massachusetts.
●$6,083* gift from Star Scientific to McDonnell, in-kind value of flight from Massachusetts to Richmond, lodging and event expenses.
* Contributions or gifts disclosed on McDonnell’s annual statements of economic interest or in campaign finance reports filed by Opportunity Virginia PAC.
** Gifts or loans the governor says have been repaid.