Category Archives: Connections with George Fisher
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Absolutely and by far—there is one NCDP candidate running for 1st Vice Chair who ranks as the worst possible choice!
Many women are jockeying for the position to become the next 1st Vice Chair of the NCDP: Gwen Wilkins, Grace Galloway, Aisha Dew, Deborah Pollard and Sherry Eason. The race is fluid—for all I know others may have thrown their … Continue reading
Cooper endorses failed NC Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin over 3 other candidates; The last time a sitting governor endorsed a state party chair was back during Bev Perdue’s administration; Modernizers versus traditionalists at the expense of those who can least afford it. … Continue reading
Butterfield calls DeVos “the least qualified of all the Cabinet so far;” WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) last night released a statement after the Senate voted 51-50, to confirm Betsy DeVos of Michigan as the United States Secretary … Continue reading
The chair of the North Carolina Democratic Party has ruled with a Nixonian iron fist for the past two years. She’s systematically stacked the voting members of the SEC in her favor; removed the chair of the Council of Review; … Continue reading
Janice Covington Allison, a local Charlotte transgender activist, says she has been threatened over her call to protest the Human Rights Campaign’s gala hosted in Charlotte, North Carolina tonight. Allison called for the protest a few weeks ago … Continue reading
NC Progressives are searching for someone who isn’t afraid to tell the truth – introducing Rep. Rodney Moore.
Progressives, unaffiliated and independents are tired of the political bullshit. They’re sick of thirty second sound bites and the fancy talk that leads nowhere. Enter Rep. Rodney Moore – a Charlotte Democrat in the North Carolina House who doesn’t pull punches … Continue reading