Democratic candidate for governor Creigh Deeds met with supporters outside of Mill Street Grill in Staunton Thursday evening.
He criticized his Republican opponent, Bob McDonnell, about recent attacks on the Democrat's campaign.
Deeds also talked about McDonnell's recent announcement that he would take a pay cut if elected.
Deeds says the claim is symbolic at best, and that he himself would be the one to carry through with a salary reduction.
Deeds says, "I'm not in this for the money. If I were in this for the money I would be doing something else. I'm in it to make a difference. I believe that I have and I believe I can."
Bob McDonnell made his way through Woodstock, Weyers Cave, and Harrisonburg earlier this week.
Deeds will also visit Black Dog Bikes in Staunton Friday morning.