Sean Braisted gives Kim McMillan a vote of confidence as a Gubernatorial candidate but notes that she has an unfortunate vote in her past that could prove troublesome if she is able to poke through into the general election:
Kim McMillan is probably the most qualified, in terms of experience with State issues, to be Governor out of all of those potential names (sans perhaps Bill Purcell, though even then, she might have the edge). Of course, probably her biggest hurdle will be her vote in favor of a State Income tax, the great bogeyman in Tennessee politics. Personally, of all those who have actually expressed interest so far, McMillan seems to be the best fit for me, though we'll see how this develops.
SEE ALSO: Bill Hobbs appreciates Braisted doing his op-research for him.
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