Strike one: He's got a consistency problem. You can't go from saying "I'm not an enemy of Roe" to "I think Roe should be overturned." I know there's room to make the jump, but it's just not working for me. It looks calculated.
The point is underlined by his Massachusetts health plan. It's got a lot of Clinton-care about it.
Upside: He's a Governor. And a businessman. He has excellent administrative skills.
AND: While he clearly believes being a Mormon shouldn't stop him from being President, he also clearly doesn't believe that being a Mormon qualifies him to be President.