Cuccinelli ad hits McAuliffe for not being 'serious'

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli's (R) latest ad hits his Democratic opponent, Terry McAuliffe, for not being "serious" enough to be governor.

The ad includes a recent endorsement of Cuccinelli from a Northern Virginia technology PAC and its members' criticism of McAuliffe's presentation to the nonpartisan group.

"For governor, who can you trust to create jobs? One of Virginia's most important business PACs says their pick is Ken Cuccinelli," the ad's narrator says. "The Washington Post reports they found Cuccinelli 'precise,' 'serious' and 'detail-oriented,' while Terry McAuliffe was 'uninformed,' 'superficial,' 'flamboyant,' 'no details,' 'all [expletive].' These are serious times. Virginia deserves a serious governor." 

Cuccinelli has fallen behind McAuliffe in recent public polling, with the election less than two months away. Both have had ethics questions dog their campaigns, though Cuccinelli's disapproval ratings are higher in the state.