Call it the full Grassley. 

West Virginia Democratic Senate candidate Natalie Tennant is planning to campaign in all of the Mountain State’s 55 counties before Election Day.

The secretary of State will kick off her tour later this week in the Northern Panhandle region of the state, with further stops across the state planned over the next few months.

It's a move that other politicians have undertaken in the past to generate attention and connect with all the state's corners. Most notably, Sen. Chuck GrassleyCharles (Chuck) Ernest GrassleyFBI informant gathered years of evidence on Russian push for US nuclear fuel deals, including Uranium One, memos show Klobuchar taking over Franken's sexual assault bill Lawyer: Kushner is 'the hero' in campaign emails regarding Russia MORE (R-Iowa) makes an annual pilgrimage to the state's 99 counties. 

In a statement, Tennant contrasted what she said was her own focus on West Virginia needs with Rep. Shelley Moore CapitoShelley Moore CapitoOvernight Finance: Senate tax bill will include ObamaCare mandate repeal | Stock surge raises pressure for GOP to deliver tax reform | Ryan hints at short-term spending bill | House votes to overhaul federal flood insurance GOP senator: Congress may ‘stumble’ on paying for Trump's infrastructure plan Overnight Tech: Dems want FCC chair investigated over Sinclair merger | Google faces state antitrust probe | Qualcomm rejects Broadcom offer | Startups criticize plan to tax employees' stocks MORE’s (R-W.Va.) time spent in Washington. Capito is the expected GOP nominee for the seat left open by Sen. Jay RockefellerJay RockefellerOvernight Tech: Trump nominates Dem to FCC | Facebook pulls suspected baseball gunman's pages | Uber board member resigns after sexist comment Trump nominates former FCC Dem for another term Obama to preserve torture report in presidential papers MORE’s (D-W.Va.) retirement.

"I'm running to put West Virginia first," Tennant said. "That's why I'm taking my campaign directly to the people of West Virginia to make their voices heard."