Daniels held a two-day listening tour in May, making appearances in Baton Rouge and New Orleans, followed by the formation of an exploratory committee to evaluate a possible campaign.
This tour has scheduled stops in Lafayette on Thursday, and Delhi and Shreveport on Friday.
If Daniels chooses to run, she will be trying to win the Senate seat of first-term Republican David Vitter, a conservative who was implicated in the investigation of "D.C. Madam" Deborah Jeane Palfrey last year. Daniels has not declared a party affiliation.
NEW ORLEANS — Adult performer/director Stormy Daniels starts a second two-day "listening tour" in Louisiana Thursday as she considers a candidacy for the U.S. Senate.