It's a big local battle for congressional district three and both candidates have been bitterly fighting to get their message out before November 6th.
However both say in times like this it's important to be able to work together.
Representative Scott Tipton and his democratic challenger Sal Pace both agree that when it comes down to getting things done, both parties must work together.
Tipton said, "In the house of representatives we've had an open rule, republicans and democrats have been able to come to the floor to offer amendments, bills have been able to move forward with republican amendments, and democratic amendments and pass the full house of representatives."
Pace said, "I think if you're willing to put aside your ego, if your willing to put aside what your party's telling you to do, if you're willing to put aside politics, and you do what's best for your community, you sit down with folks on the other side of the aisle and you get it done, we pas a budget in the state house 64-1 this past year."
Both candidates also see job growth as the top priority, but how we get there is where they split.
"Those are the issues we're going to be deciding on, because those are the issues that actually impact us here at home, being able to provide for our families, to be able to create jobs, to be able to get people back to work, and that's what I'm focused on," said Tipton.
Pace says for him it's about staying true to his values.
Pace said, "I think there are issues that are worth fighting without compromising your values. I have some core values, fighting for the middle class, insuring small business owners have opportunity, my values are shaped by my personal experiences I am never going to sacrifice my values. "
Wherever your political preference lies, the candidates also agree on the importance of voting.
Candidates urge people to take advantage of their right to vote, especially in a race as tight as this one.