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  •  Being a newcomer to NC (3+ / 0-)
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    Iberian, bear83, wordwraith

    The NC Democratic party leadership is a disaster
    Chairman resigning, executive directors fired,
    Mayor of largest city arrested and resigned.

    And best of all -the Democratic Party of North Carolina failed to field a single candidate in 22-27 legislative races and a congressional district.

    I see no real time social media presence by Party officials.

    The top party elected officer (AG Roy Cooper) has to maintain some official decorum and cannot go after Republicans all the time.

    Shall I go on?

    •  talked to a precinct chairman the other day (2+ / 0-)
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      he blames Obama for throwing out the Dean 50 state strategy for the more targeted, corporate-backed Obama strategy.

      I told him I had been bitterly disappointed with Obama but only recently have decided to give him a second change after allowing CO and WA to proceed with legalization.

      It's time to bring back Howard Dean and put him in charge of the Democratic Party.

      •  I prefer Minnesota's caucus system (0+ / 0-)

        Every other February you have a gathering of new and old party faithful. It's a great way to identify volunteers.
        As a party delegate, you get great access to candidates.
        I have had governor candidates stop by to talk to my precinct caucus.

        I prefer this better to the primaries.

    •  Yes. The grassroots Moral Mondays movement (0+ / 0-)

      does not seem to be filtering up.  It is difficult to understand the disconnect, given the urgency.  Meanwhile, our beautiful state is being trashed (environmentally and otherwise).

      A book must be the axe for the frozen sea within us. Franz Kafka

      by wordwraith on Fri Mar 28, 2014 at 09:01:23 AM PDT

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