U.S. Senate candidate Larry Rhoden will turn to policy today to try to energize a relatively sedate race so far. He’s calling a news conference in Sioux Falls at 1 p.m. today to unveil a “policy plan to reform Congress and Washington D.C.”
It’s unclear exactly what Rhoden will be announcing today. But policy blueprints and white papers represents a new form for a Senate race that has so far largely featured grassroots meet-and-greets and occasional pot-shots back and forth between the campaigns.
I’ll be there to report on what Rhoden says.