(CNN) – Mitt Romney is continuing his efforts to be a key player this midterm election cycle, set to launch a new initiative on his website that aims to link his supporters with House GOP challengers in key races.
The initiative, called "10 for '10" will launch on the website of Romney's Free and Strong PAC later Wednesday and will provide Romney supporters with several actions they can take on behalf of a set of selected candidates, including integrating with a variety of social media networks and visiting the candidates website's directly and donating to their campaigns.
The PAC will unveil various waves of 10 selected candidates between now and Election Day, according to a Romney aide.
The move is the latest on the part of the former Massachusetts governor to expand his influence in the GOP ahead of his likely presidential bid. The former Massachusetts governor has already made endorsements in more than 30 states and is currently on a tour of 25 states before Election Day.
While Romney aides say the former governor's efforts are about helping Republicans running in 2010, the efforts of course could pay dividends in 2012 as the GOP gets serious about looking for a viable standard-bearer.