REDDING, Calif. -

CORRECTION: This article contains a correction from previously published versions. Heidi Hall was quoted as saying, "I'm going to lower myself to his level if he does that." When in fact the quote should have read, "That doesn't mean I'm going to lower myself to his level if he does that."

Democratic challenger Heidi Hall will face off against U.S. Congressman Doug Lamalfa in November.

Hall believes that the more people look into the way Congressman Lamalfa votes on issues, the more district voters will like her.

“I’m willing to get down in the ethical mud, how’s that?” Hall laughed. “Honestly, I am not the kind of person you want to bully. Somebody who tries to bully me is going to get called out directly for that bullying, so I will call out immediately and adamantly anything he does that's ethically, that has ethical compromises.”

She said Lamalfa hasn’t shown up at candidate forums and thinks he can “mail it in” as a Republican incumbent.

Hall said he’s out of touch with the district; however, she said she’s not looking to take the seat by using any dirty campaign tricks.

“That doesn't mean I'm going to lower myself to his level if he does that. He's got enough negatives based on what he's doing and not doing in Congress right now,” Hall said. “I don't need to get personal with him."

Hall also said she’s been trying to debate Lamalfa, but with no success so far.

CORRECTION: This article contains a correction from previously published versions. Heidi Hall was quoted as saying, "I'm going to lower myself to his level if he does that." When in fact the quote should have read, "That doesn't mean I'm going to lower myself to his level if he does that."