Patsy Keever: Things That Need To Be Corrected

In my original piece on the candidacy of Patsy Keever, who is seeking election by the SEC as Chair of the North Carolina Democratic Party,  I cited an Asheville Citizen Times article where she says she would not endorse President Barack Obama.

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One of Keever’s supporters and my Facebook friend–,Douglas Earl Berger– brought to my attention another article by Mountain Xpress in where Keever says she, in fact, did support and endorse President Obama in his 2012 election bid.

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Keever is quoted as saying,  “For the record, of course I endorse our President….”

Keever and I talked after the SEC meeting on Saturday where she personally told me she considered herself on of Obama’s biggest supporters in her area.  But, it wasn’t until this morning that I was reminded of this particular article.

Thanks Doug for the information. 

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About George Fisher

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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One Response to Patsy Keever: Things That Need To Be Corrected

  1. Chris Telesca says:

    from what I heard, she originally didn’t endorse Obama (like so many folks who ran in 2014). This story appeared in another paper later on. Why didn’t the AC-T retract the original story? It’s my understanding that the AC-T reporter didn’t misreport anything. You might want to check with the AC-T reporter and see what his/her side of the story is. And Doug Berger is a well-known Randy-hater so it doesn’t surprise me that he’s trying to do damage control for Patsy.

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