Republican Vermont Gubernatorial Candidate Bruce Lisman launched his first television political ad promoting a “New Direction for Vermont.” “Vermont is in a very bad place and it’s entirely self-inflicted,” Lisman says after a narrator lists issues the state faces, including higher taxes, heroin epidemic and lack of jobs." The 60-second spot shifts its tone, introducing Lisman to voters as someone who’s “always working” – “waiter, taxi driver, roofer, file clerk” are among some of his jobs. However, the ad conveniently leaves out former Wall Street executive from the resume. “New Direction for Vermont” has been running throughout the month of February on WCAX, the CBS affiliate station in Vermont, as part of a $25,500 ad buy. The Vermont gubernatorial candidates still have months until the August 9 primary, so stay tuned to I Agree to See as we bring you the latest political ads from the campaign trail.