A dinner date Randy Brock had Tuesday night is raising eyebrows. The Republican candidate for Vt. governor dined with the man behind a new, conservative super PAC, according to Seven Days newspaper.
Brock admitted to the meeting, but denies discussing his campaign, which would be illegal.
However, Tayt Brooks, who heads the super PAC Vermonters First, at first denied the dinner date and told Seven Days he couldn't remember when he last saw Brock. But when Seven Days informed Brooks about Brock's disclosure, he then admitted the two met.
Neither would say what was discussed.