One thing I like about Romney is the focus he has put on listening to the concerns of the voters. More than any other candidate, Romney has has made townhall-style, question and answer sessions a key part of his run for President. In these “Ask Mitt Anything” session, voters have the opportunity to ask the candidate himself any question they want, and its a great way to let the public know at least one candidate is actually interested in listening to them. Unfortunately, Romney’s strategy also means that these sessions are held almost exclusively in the early states. Fortunately, Romney has decided to take this style of campaigning national – online. Rather than spending hours and dollars to travel from state to state, Romney will stage a virtual “Ask Mitt Anything” session tomorrow night at 7:15 PM Eastern. To participate, you need to register with the site by that time, which you can do at http://www.mittromney.com/askmitt (sorry about the link, but WP is not working properly right now). This should be interesting, Romeny has been pretty good at using the internet, from the vitual “mini-Mitt” on his site to the “create you own ad” contest. This is just another example of using the internet to reach more voters at once and allow those not in the early states to be part of the campaign.