I work for Jack.
It’s not something I generally share widely, because people judge you for your politics, but for the past four years I have put my heart and soul into my job – through House sittings, elections, conventions. Everything I have worked for has been for Jack.
Yesterday, my boss went on national TV and announced that he has a second form of cancer after battling a first successfully. Yesterday I cried at work.
This man is the strongest, healthiest, most optimistic person I have ever had the privilege of meeting. His energy is outmatched only by that of his wife, a woman I have a great deal of respect for.
Today I will be sad, scared, tomorrow I will move on and continue working for Jack.