Larry LaRocco, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate, started a shift at Pocatello’s Beacon Hospital and Rehabilitation this morning at 6, as part of his “Working for Senate” campaign. It’s the second job he’s putting in a stint at as part of his unusual campaign this year; his first was two weeks ago, when he worked a shift hauling garbage in Orofino. Here’s LaRocco’s explanation: “I believe it’s important as a candidate for the U.S. Senate to listen and learn from working Idahoans who are under tremendous pressure to educate their children, plan for retirement, pay for health care, and cope with rising property taxes. I will continue to work throughout Idaho in the next 16 months of this campaign. You will see me in your community working side-by-side with your neighbors” -- Betsy Russell/Eye On Boise.
Question: Which job should LaRocco due when he gets to your community?