President Bill Clinton will join Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe on the campaign trail Oct. 27 in the final full week before Virginia's Nov. 5 elections.
President Clinton will stump with McAuliffe over a three-day span.
The McAuliffe camp made the announcement this morning, one day after former secretary of state and presidential prospect Hillary Clinton endorsed and appeared with McAuliffe at a rally in Falls Church.
A former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, McAuliffe is a personal friend of and has deep ties to the Clintons.
Specific event details and locations weren't released. The Democrat's announcement reads: “On Sunday, October 27, President Bill Clinton will join Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe for a three day tour of campaign events around the Commonwealth. President Clinton will discuss the importance of voting in the 2013 gubernatorial election and the clear choice facing Virginia voters ... ”
Cuccinelli, McAuliffe's prime opponent, campaigned this weekend in Lynchburg and Goochland with former Arkansas governor and popular Republican pundit, Mike Huckabee.