Texas Governor Rick Perry took his double-digit poll lead across Houston Sunday -- two days before election day.

Perry appeared in Sugar Land, Tomball and Kingwood at small gatherings for supporters, directly in the backyard of former Houston Mayor Bill White.

"I don't spend too much time focused on my opponent," Perry told 39 News. "For me, it's all about my vision for the State of Texas. It's not about personalities, or being negative about the other person."

Perry's campaign message has been a consistent attack against current policy-makers in Washington, D.C.

"This campaign has been different because of the energy and passion from people. They are really engaged in this election cycle," Perry said, "People fear for the future of this country."

After his three stops in Houston, Perry will begin Monday's campaign in Dallas before returning for another appearance in Houston. White spent Sunday campaigning in San Antonio.