Now that we’ve caught up with Campaign for Vermont’s effort to co-opt our town clerks, let’s check in with CFV founder and funder Bruce Lisman.
Well, Bruce is doing pretty much what he’s been doing — just on his own platform, the humbly named “brucelismanvt.com.” Same faux-centrist pro-business rhetoric, same slightly constipated looking smile on his face.
Bruce is blogging now, but you can’t just click over and read it; you have to “subscribe.” I’d rather die.
It’s not a paid subscription; all you have to do is provide Lisman with your contact information. Yep, he’s building a mailing list.
Running for Governor? I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Bruce Lisman will never be Governor of Vermont. He’s not terribly well known, in spite of his travels around the state; he’s a lousy campaigner and public speaker; and most importantly of all, Phil Scott stands squarely in his path. Scott is a much better advocate of pretty much the same policy ideas. He’s far better known, he’s a more effective speaker and a proven fundraiser, and he has a major party structure behind him.
Lisman is also Tweeting, occasionally. His latest 120-character opus:
#VTers deserve a “champion” for jobs and a vibrant diversified economy. http://t.co/bG5PSD41Bj
— Bruce Lisman (@BruceLisman) March 5, 2015
Oh, so we need a “champion,” do we? Got someone in mind, Bruce?