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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Sen. Mark Warner (D – Virginia) said time is running out for the candidates running for Virginia governor to focus more on their policies and less on each other.

“I think most people in politics, most voters at least, want to hear not just what’s wrong with the other guy, but what you’re actually going to do to get things done,” Warner, a former Virginia governor, said Monday while he attended Washington Redskins training camp in Richmond.

Political analysts have criticized gubernatorial candidates Ken Cuccinelli and Terry McAullife for focusing too much on attacknig each other and not enough on their own policies.