Republican candidate Tom Kovach says incumbent Democrat John Carney isn't moving things along in Congress.
"I like Congressman Carney, he's a nice man and he wants to be liked, but he votes with his party 90 percent of the time. That's not the way to get things done in Washington. We need to make sure that we stand up," Kovach said.
Libertarian Scott Gesty also participated, and said he believed the federal stimulus money helped Delaware in the short-term, but compared it with giving a drug addict a fix.
"The problem is, if you keep doing that, eventually the patient dies. And that drug addict dies, and we're going to kill our economy if we continue to create money because it's going to debase our currency," he said.