Wilhite said Jerguson backed the General Assembly’s policies of “tax gimmicks and creating a bigger state government instead of working to improve traffic or education or things that impact people’s lives.”
She alleges that Jerguson supported changes in tax policies that would be costly to “local control of schools,” Wilhite said.
“I will never try to take money away from our schools just to pander to property owners during an election year,” she said.
I wonder if any of these arguements will gain traction in a primary contest? Many Representatives were intimidated into supporting the GREAT plan even though they thought the idea has major flaws. I wonder how many now will find them being attacked in the primaries for doing so. Fun times.