Sen. Rand PaulRand PaulSanders, Dems defend ObamaCare at Michigan rally Paul: Medicaid expansion 'the big question' Rand Paul: ObamaCare replacement goal is to insure most people at lowest cost MORE (R-Ky.) has joined the social media application Snapchat, making the announcement on Wednesday on his other social media accounts.

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“Did you hear? I joined @Snapchat! For daily updates & behind-the-scenes footage follow: senatorrandpaul on the photo sharing app. I'm sending my first snap tonight,” he posted on his Facebook page for his reelection campaign.

The tool allows its users to send photos to a selected group of followers, which can be viewed for only a matter of seconds. The photo then disappears.

NowThis News documented Paul’s introduction on the network.

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) also told reporters on Capitol Hill that she uses Snapchat.