The big guns of both parties come out to support West Virginia's U.S. Senate candidates.
On the Republican side, 2012 vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan, who appeared with Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito.
Capito predicts West Virginians who voted against President Obama will support her in the November election.
"I'll remind you every single county in West Virginia voted to make Paul Ryan our vice-president," says Capito. "His policies and his vision for our future, and his putting a stamp of approval on my campaign means a lot to me."
Ryan has come under fire for proposals his critics say will cut Social Security and Medicare.
But the Wisconsin republican says Obamacare is hurting both West Virginia residents and businesses.