Roberto Curtis of The Commonwealth Times teamed up with RVA TV to interview Creigh Deeds when he came to Crossroads Coffee.
Deeds told coffee drinkers that higher education was key for a successful state and a successful country.
“It’s all going to take a little money, but the reality is that ignorance is a lot more expensive,” Deeds said.
Deeds will make another stop in Richmond, today at 2 p.m. at VCU’s Student Commons while his main rival Bob McDonnell will be at the Martinair Hanger at the Richmond Airport at 4:30 p.m.
Don’t forget to vote tomorrow!
Brian Tyree and Mark Hernandez operated the camera and Mark also edited, thanks guys.
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