For the first time in Virginia history a husband and wife are running for Congress. Ken Hildebrandt has run before, losing to Robert Hurt in 2012. Now he is running again and this time his wife wants to potentially join him in the House of Representatives. Elaine says, "i' Elaine Hildebrandt and I'm running for Congress in the 6th District." The Roanoke City Market-- where ideas are traded as freely as the produce. Elaine and Ken Hildebrandt certainly think so. Elaine says, "And i' like to give you my card and ask that you look at the site and check it out and chat it up because we're not asking for people's money, just their effort that everyone can give." The husband and wife team hope to represent a large part of Southwest Virginia as candidates for the Independent Green party. Ken in Robert Hurt's 5th District in Southern Virginia and Elaine in the 6th against Bob Goodlatte. The main plank in their platform -- industrial hemp. Chris says, "It stil seems like a far out there idea, how to you reconcile that..." Elaine says, "No, no at all. Not talking with folks it hasn't been." Ken says, "It's tim for real change but our positions... we're laying out how change can happen, not just saying "hop or believe." This will be the second goaround for Ken, after getting about two percent of the vote two years ago in the 5th district election. Now both of them hope and believe they will do much better. Chris says, "What i the motivation to run, why do you need to be in this race?" Ken says, "Wel consider our planet's future is at stake right now." Both Hildebrandt's are hoping to poll at a high enough number to possibly debate their other candidates as we draw closer to election day.