In an event planned several weeks ago, U.S. Senate candidate Larry LaRocco will write his fourth diary at Daily Kos today.
Update: He's online now, at noon Mountain.Click here.
From a campaign news release:
Fresh from a front-page mention last weekend on the nation’s busiest political blog, U.S. Senate candidate Larry LaRocco plans his fourth live blogging session this Wednesday, August 29, at www.dailykos.com.
LaRocco will be online live in the Daily Kos diaries (accessed via the right-hand site of the website’s home page) for an hour starting at noon Mountain Time/11 a.m. Pacific Time on Wednesday. Daily Kos account holders can post a question for LaRocco. Others can follow along.
Last Saturday evening, LaRocco’s campaign was highlighted in a front-page post at Daily Kos, which attracts more than a half-million visits every day. The post featured a video clip in which LaRocco describes his Working for Senate campaign. Since June, LaRocco has taken nine jobs across Idaho to work with and learn from everyday Idahoans.
LaRocco has been posting interactive diaries at Daily Kos since June. On August 4, he was featured at the blog’s annual YearlyKos convention in Chicago, on a panel discussion that aired a week later on C-SPAN 2. He is becoming a favorite among the national “netroots” – Democratic activists who use the Internet to support progressive candidates and causes.
“The Internet is changing politics for the better,” LaRocco said. “Politicians can no longer hide behind expensive attack ads, robocalls and consultants. Now everyone with a computer connection can have a say in who will lead our country.”
LaRocco served Idaho’s 1st District in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1991 to 1995. For more information on his Senate campaign, see www.LaRoccoforSenate.com.
Please join us at Daily Kos midday today.