Cuccinelli also took heat from state Democrats when he didn't immediately take a stance on whether he supported a measure that ended the partial shutdown of the federal government, according to Monday story from Politico.
Morrisey told the crowd to "look somewhere else" if they wanted to "attribute the sins of the shutdown," according to Politico.
"There's only one candidate in this race who is not a product of the D.C. establishment," Morrisey said, according to the story. "Who is that?"
"Ken," the crowd chanted, according to the story.
Morrisey, a New Jersey native who worked for years as an attorney in Washington, D.C. before running for attorney general, invited Cuccinelli to Charleston during his campaign last year.
Although a hailstorm prevented Cuccinelli coming in person, he phoned in his support for Morrisey, according to the West Virginia Record.