When you visit Sue Minter’s campaign website, you get a welcoming message from the candidate that starts like this:
Thank you for stopping by my website to learn more about my campaign for Governor of Vermont.
But here’s the thing. If you go to the website “to learn more about my campaign,” you will be sorely disappointed. Because there is, in the words of Gertrude Stein, no there there.
Minter’s site has a scant six pages: the home page, with a brief statement from the candidate; a brief bio; opportunities to contribute, volunteer, or contact the campaign; and an events calendar. (More on that in a moment.)
Nothing on issues or policy, nothing on what she will try to do if elected Governor.
In short, you can’t “learn more about my campaign” by visiting her website.