OB suggested that he and Primo's colleagues arrange coverage for when Primo needs to be gone.
Primo doesn't think that will work. Neither do I. But I think maybe there could be something in between not working at all and working 60 hours a week.
It would be really nice if he could drop back to part-time somehow. He says he would be distracted from the campaign. I would like to know what his days are going to need to look like. Will he be campaigning from 9:00 a.m. on all day long? He won't need to travel - the district is our town and the next town, so he might have to drive five miles.
No. He probably won't be working on the campaign at 9:00 a.m. He can't really start doing doors until 4 p.m. or so. So what is he supposed to do with that remaining time? I say, work part time!
I had my phone interview. Let's hope I get to the next stage. This place is only three miles from our house and right across the street from my YMCA.