African American Caucus of NC Democratic Party Supports NC Dem Chair Randy Voller

Just released is a statement by Willie Fleming, President of the African-American Caucus of the North Carolina Democratic Party.  Only days away from a NC Democratic Party meeting in Greensboro, NC, that some say will address the protocol for hiring the next executive director—Fleming offers support for embattled Chairman Randy Voller.  

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George is a freelance writer, an author and a Democratic political consultant. He has worked as Deputy Communications Director for a Senatorial campaign and Campaign Manager for several NC House races and one congressional race. He previously worked as a news producer for a local television station.
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5 Responses to African American Caucus of NC Democratic Party Supports NC Dem Chair Randy Voller

  1. Sonya Bennetone says:

    I thank God for Willie Fleming’s leadership, he is a true Democratic Leader who wants to win this election in 2014. Rev. Dr. Ben Chavis can led us to that victory. Randy Voller is the best president we have had for the party who wants to win in 2014. If we can get the enemies out of camp that are fighting against him we can send the republicans home and protect Women’s Rights/Voting Rights/Protect the Environment/ Protect the Working Class and most importantly keep Democracy in this country.

    • George Fisher says:

      Well said. Our future depends on the actions we take now and the support we give Willie Fleming, Dr. Chavis and Charmin Voller. Thank you.

  2. Glad to see the AAC taking a stand.

  3. For those that were against Dr. Chavis, and used that to attack the State chair I hope they will sit down and analyze Alex Sink’s loss and the 40% turnout on Tuesday.
    Continuing to do the same thing only leads to same results, and that “is a major percentage of the base continues to stay home”.
    (I realize pointing this out ruffles feathers, but to do it early allows time for restructure)

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