Ann Ravel, the new chairwoman of the Fair Political Practices Commission, is taking to Twitter, writing in her first post, on Monday, that she is "bringing the FPPC into the 21st century."
"I'll be tweeting on political topics that will interest you," she wrote.
Ravel's initial posts indicate an interest in judicial races, often a political backwater. Ravel tweeted Tuesday that two judicial campaign committees for 2012 already have banked more than $100,000.
The commission will report on judicial races next year, she wrote, calling disclosure "very important to assure unbiased justice."