How Would Amy Tuck Do In A Crowded GOP Primary?

In Bobby Harrison’s latest piece, he looked at the possibility of Amy Tuck entering the fray as a Republican candidate for governor- which would add even more star power to an already crowded field that includes Phil Bryant and Dave Dennis (most likely), and possibly Delbert Hosemann.

Tuck left office after serving her second term as lieutenant governor, which ended in January 2008. She won election in 1999 as a Democrat and in 2003 as a Republican. In her last run, she won more than 60 percent of the vote, and I think it’s fair to say that at the time she was one of the most popular figures in the state- but done that mean she is one of the most popular figures within the GOP primary electorate?

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7/28/10