Former Dickson resident Sara Kyle has said she is considering making a run for governor next year and last week a new political action committee was formed to support her possible candidacy. The Run Sara Run PAC announced its incorporation last week to demonstrate support to urge Kyle to seek the Democratic party nomination in 2014. A 1970 graduate of Dickson High School, Kyle is the last woman to win a statewide race in Tennessee when she was elected to the Public Service Commission in 1994 and other than former Gov. Phil Bredesen the last Democrat to win a statewide election. The Memphis resident resigned from the PSC’s successor, the Tennessee Regulatory Authority, in March, saying changes made by Gov. Bill Haslam have left the agency ineffective. The 60-year-old Kyle is the daughter of Emma Gene and the late Bruce Peery of Dickson, a niece of the late former Gov. Fank G. Clement and the late Sen. Anna Belle Clement O’Brien and cousin of former Congressman Bob Clement. She has been a school teacher, public defender, judge and served almost 20 years as a director with the PSC and TRA. Earlier this month Kyle said she is considering a challenge to Haslam. The Run Sara Run PAC is a coalition of statewide Democratic leaders co-chaired by former Shelby County Commissioner Deidre Malone, Tennessee Democratic Party Vice Chairman Elisa Parker of Franklin and Chattanooga City Councilman Chris Anderson. The group launched a Facebook page and the website DraftSaraKyle.com to build support for a campaign before the state party’s annual Jackson Day Dinner on Sept. 7. Tennessee’s state primaries will be held Aug. 7, 2014.