Alison Kent Rentschler, deputy campaign manager for Barbara Comstock was charged last month in Loudoun county with marijuana possession. The incident occurred on February 22nd with a hearing scheduled in Loudoun on April 17th. According to Ray Allen, a consultant on the Comstock campaign, Rentschler resigned the campaign yesterday.
Rentschler has had problems in the past having been arrested in 2012 in Alexandria on a first-degree DWI charge. She lost her license to drive for a year and was ordered to attend Alcohol Safety Action Program meetings.
Rentschler has worked on the Comstock campaign for the last two years and has also worked for Senate Republican Caucus.