Update: Click here to read the transcript of Larry's live blog. And go here to help boost his quarter-end total at ActBlue before the June 30 2nd quarter deadline. LaRocco is working hard to put Idaho on the electoral map, but he needs our help now. Let's see if we can get him over $7200 on Act Blue from more than 100 contributors by Saturday. (The current tally at 4 p.m. Mountain is $4,261 from 35 people.)
Larry LaRocco will be back at Daily Kos for another live blog at noon Mountain/11 a.m. Pacific on Wednesday. He'll be talking about his Working for Senate campaign and answering as many questions as he can during the hourlong event.
The Working for Senate campaign is LaRocco's way to listen to and learn from Idahoans as he works alongside them. LaRocco kicked off the effort two weeks ago by hauling trash in Orofino. This Friday, he'll be pulling a shift at Beacon Hospital and Rehabilitation in Pocatello (followed by a trip to the Saturday night Teton County Dems' picnic in Driggs), and he's lining up other jobs as well.
I'll update this post with a link to the diary as soon as we're live at Kos on Wednesday. I hope to see some of you there. Until then, check out the national buzz LaRocco is getting from such sites as the Swing State Project and Blue Oregon, which asks whether LaRocco might be "Idaho's Jon Tester."