Rick C. Wade is an exceptionally busy man.
The former Obama cabinet official helped run the president's latest campaign while simultaneously serving as a Democratic Party executive and vice president of GreenTech Automotive, the "green car" company owned by Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe.
Besides Wade, the venture has attracted other high-profile political insiders: Bill Clinton appeared at a company launch party. Hillary Clinton's brother Anthony Rodham runs the firm's foreign-investor outreach. Former Republican National Committee chair and Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour used a mix of grants and tax holidays to persuade McAuliffe to build Greentech in Mississippi.