Standing shoulder to shoulder with local plant workers.
U.S. Senate candidate Shelley Moore Capito tours Wincore Windows and Doors.
The congresswoman says she wanted to tour the Parkersburg business because it's growing and she wants to help that growth continue.
It is one of four stops she made Wednesday in Wood County.
Capito says her message on the campaign trail is a U.S. Senator can be a voice for economic growth and job creation.
"We have a situation now in Washington where the Senate doesn't work. Where the President, really through his EPA and other overreaching regulations has really halted growth in this country and I want to go to the United States Senate to get West Virginians back to work," she says.
Wincore has been in Parkersburg seven years.
When the company started it made a dozen windows a day, and now it's up to about 1,500.
Capito faces current Secretary of State Natalie Tennant in the November election.