Winfield “Completely Neutral” in GOP Gubernatorial Primary

Former Gov. Winfield Dunn, who took an early and active role in the 2006 gubernatorial campaign of Republican Jim Bryson, was present for a Zach Wamp speech in Nashville Monday.
But in a brief interview, Dunn said that doesn’t mean he’s supporting the congressman or anyone else in the Republican gubernatorial race this time around.
“I’m completely neutral,” he said. “I just came to hear Zach’s speech. He gave a great speech. We’ve got some other great candidates.”
Dunn said his backing of Bryson, who lost all 95 counties in the general election, was partly an effort “to make Bredesen spend his money and time on himself, so then he wouldn’t spend it on (helping Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Harold) Ford.
“That worked, to some extent,” Dunn said.

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