Ken Cuccinelli's file:
Cuccinelli

Republican from Virginia

Ken Cuccinelli, a Republican, is the attorney general in Virginia. He was elected in 2009. His term will expire on Jan. 11, 2014. In 2013, Cucinnelli was the Republican nominee for governor. He lost the general election to Democrat Terry McAuliffe. .

Recent statements involving Ken Cuccinelli

Mark Warner cast "the tiebreaking vote" to pass Obamacare.

Terry McAuliffe "wants to raise your taxes $1,700 to pay for his infinite promises."

Ken Cuccinelli would "take money away from public schools to fund private schools."

Says Ken Cuccinelli wants "to eliminate all forms of birth control."

Since Obamacare became law, "most of our new jobs have been part-time jobs."

Recent stories featuring Ken Cuccinelli

Fact-checking voting laws: a year-end report:

Amid a nationwide battle about voter access, PolitiFact researched claims about noncitizen voters, restoration of ex-felons’ rights and voter laws nationwide.

PolitiFact Virginia's Top 10 claims from the gubernatorial race:

Here's a review of some of the most interesting claims Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli made during the gubernatorial campaign.

Voters go to the polls in New Jersey, Virginia:

PolitiFact New Jersey and PolitiFact Virginia have been fact-checking the campaigns for governor. We recap some highlights of the races.

Cuccinelli and McAuliffe fared poorly on the Truth-O-Meter:

Of the 14 Cuccinelli claims PolitiFact Virginia fact checked over the last year, 10 were rated Mostly False or worse. Of the 13 McAuliffe statements we checked, 11 were Mostly False or worse.

A quick look at the final Cuccinelli-McAuliffe debate:

The gubernatorial candidates threw a few familiar punches. Here's a review of some of their claims:

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