LaRocco's Job #7: Hand that man a hammer!

From Idaho's Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Larry LaRocco:

LaRocco’s seventh job puts him shoulder to shoulder with carpenters

POCATELLO – U.S. Senate candidate Larry LaRocco continues his Working for Senate campaign this week with a job working alongside union carpenters.

LaRocco will join members of Idaho Falls-based Local 808 of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners starting at 7 a.m. Tuesday, August 14, as they work on a new building for Local 449 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in Pocatello. C&H Construction is the contractor on the project.
“As we approach Labor Day, I am especially happy to be working with union carpenters in Eastern Idaho this week,” LaRocco said. “Organized labor built America’s middle class, and unions offer some of the best-paying jobs in Idaho.”

This is the seventh job that LaRocco will do in his Working for Senate campaign. He’s also worked with Simmons Sanitation in Orofino, as an assistant at Beacon Hospital and Rehabilitation in Pocatello, at the Glanbia Foods cheese factory in Twin Falls, with Nez Perce County Court Services in Lewiston, at the smokejumpers’ base in McCall and with the Boise Hawks minor league baseball team in the state capital.

“I’m serious about working with a wide variety of Idahoans,” LaRocco said. “I’ll continue to work different jobs all across the state so I can hear and experience what Idaho workers face in their daily lives, then take that knowledge to Washington, D.C. I want people to know that it’s not about my job – it’s about their jobs.”.