Kenneth Thomas “Ken” Cuccinelli II is the current Attorney General of Virginia and the Republican candidate for Governor of Virginia in the 2013 Virginia gubernatorial election.
Cuccinelli has been trailing in the high single-digits in a string of polls. The latest, from NBC/Marist, put McAuliffe ahead by 8 points, 46 percent to 38 percent, with 9 percent backing Libertarian Robert Sarvis.
Cuccinelli’s narrow path to victory depends on galvanized conservatives showing up and low-propensity voters who handed the state to President Barack Obama last year – like African Americans and young women – staying home.
The election is simple – and boils down to a few main points:
If you think Obamacare is a disaster for you, your family and business
If you think state government should not be run like an Obamacare website
If you think a tax increase of $1,700 per year is a bad idea for Virginia’s families
Then the choice couldn’t be any more clear!
Ken Cuccinelli is the only candidate with a record of fighting for Virginia and a substantive plan to create 58,000 jobs and ease tax burdens by $700 for every Virginia family.
With the failed Obamacare roll-out as the major headlines going into Tuesday, who do you think will be the more motivated voters? Those coming to support a guy all-in on Obamacare? Or the supporters of the Man who was the first AG to sue the Fed Govt over Obamacare and vows to stop its implementation in VA?
This is a winnable race folks. turn-out turn-out turn-out