If Norm McAllister thinks he still has any friends in the political world, he should give it another think.
At last check, McAllister was technically still a member of the Senate. He has yet to submit his resignation, if that is indeed what he will do.
However, the lack of a vacancy hasn’t stopped some very ambitious folks from putting their names forward to replace him.
Out of, you understand, a selfless concern for the good people of Vermont.Foremost among this unsavory horde is a guy who ought to posess a bit more sensitivity: Randy Brock, former state senator and auditor and candidate for Governor. Seven Days’ Paul Heintz:
“If [McAllister] resigns, I would certainly be interested in filling the seat, because I think it needs to be filled and I think it needs to be filled by someone who can get to work immediately, who’s up on the issues,” Brock said. “So I’m willing to serve, yes.”
“Willing to serve,” pssssh. “Desperately jonesing for a return to politics,” I’ll buy.