Colin Adler drove close to an hour from Montgomery County to watch the candidates face off.
"We have an extremely diverse district that goes from our community all the way out to far western Maryland, and I'm sort of interested in seeing how the two men compare in terms of a district as diverse as this one," says Adler.
Incumbent Congressman Roscoe Bartlett has been leading the 6th District for two decades.
"They know that I understand what it takes to create jobs and improve the economy and if every member of congress voted like I vote, we'd have a very different country today," says Representative Roscoe Bartlett, Republican Candidate for Maryland's 6th Congressional District.
Democratic candidate John Delaney says his background in business will help create jobs.
"What we need to do is make our country more competitive. We need to create good jobs, jobs that will raise the standard of living for the average American and I believe there's a role for government in doing that," says John Delaney, Democratic Candidate for Maryland's 6th Congressional District.
Libertarian Candidate Nickolaus Mueller believes government should stay out of the way.
"Individuals are best suited to make choices for themselves and not some government official or group of people and that whenever possible we should trade government," says Nickolaus Mueller, Libertarian Candidate for Maryland's 6th Congressional District.
With the new congressional map, voters say it'll be more difficult for Congressman Bartlett to win the seat.
"It's nothing more than gerrymandering," says Washington County Voter Joe Beeman. "They're taking the voice away from the people in the District, and instead of letting the people speak for the District, they're allowing the political views to get involved."
The real battle for these three candidates remains at the polls on November 6th.