First Lady Michelle Obama stars in new McAuliffe radio ad

Ken Cuccinelli is doubling down on Obamacare as his ticket to victory next Tuesday. Terry McAuliffe, for his part, is doubling down on presidential help.

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Campaigning today with one president, Bill Clinton, McAuliffe will be campaigning with another, Barack Obama, this weekend, and in the meantime, the McAuliffe campaign has Michelle Obama in a starring role in a new radio spot.

“Terry has spent this campaign focused on talking with Virginians about his plan to create jobs and invest in Virginia’s future, and the final days of our campaign are about communicating the importance of voting with supporters across the Commonwealth,” said McAuliffe spokesperson Rachel Thomas.

McAuliffe will also campaign with Vice President Joe Biden on Monday.

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