On the first day of her official campaign for governor, former State Auditor Pat Anderson said she’d like to cut corporate and personal income taxes while expanding the state sales tax to clothing and some services.
She’s one of eight Republicans currently in the running to replace Gov. Tim Pawlenty in next year’s Nov. 2 election.
According to Minnesota Public Radio,
[Anderson] said she also favors eliminating business subsidies of any kind, like JOBZ – Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s rural economic development initiative.
“I think the state needs to eliminate subsidies and at the same time, eliminate the corporate income tax,” Anderson said. “I think any business owner would gladly take that over the other.”