Libertarian candidate for Virginia governor, Robert Sarvis, wrapped up his final campaign tour through the Commonwealth today.
The final stop of the day was in downtown Roanoke.
He was joined by his wife, children and other family members as he prepares for the November 5th election.
Sarvis supporters gathered with signs and well wishes for him.
For Sarvis, the election isn't just about winning or losing, it's about changing politics.
"The Democrats and Republicans can't just continue playing the big money game and putting that before the public's interests. So this really is an investment not just in this campaign but and sending a message but it's really an investment in a better political system."
Sarvis also made stops in Bedford, Blacksburg and Christiansburg.