Unlike Michael Carmichael and his friends I won't hide behind fake names.
For all the talk of "hard work" and "putting the party above internal squabbles" we have here the actual nature of Voller's reign as Chair. "Hard Workers" who have never knocked on a door, made a phone call or raised a dime for anyone. People who say we must take back the General Assembly then come just short of calling it treason to fundraise for the campaigns of those potential future Representatives and Senators. People who badmouth hard working Democrats in every comment section available to them, even in unrelated posts.
" The Party lashed back, and the grassroots told her to stop or resign -- in an uproar of criticism that rained down on Nina Szlosberg Landis....many Democrats are rejoicing " There is not one shred of evidence that any of this is real. But then again, when you Chair is taking advice from a "Scholar" of hallucinogenic drugs is it any wonder that they have chosen fantasy over facts?
"Woodard said he received a written notice about the missing report last Friday. The notice gave him 30 days to comply, he said."
"He said he did file the his committee's first-quarter financial report before the postmark deadline of 5 p.m. today."
Neither of those comments say he sent it in February. And he still hasn't offered an explanation for failing to file a report with Durham in January.
This is a different explanation from Woodard than we got yesterday. http://projects.newsobserver.com/under_the…
Lots of questions, different answers from him. The last thing we need in the State Senate is yet another politician who thinks the rules don't apply to him.
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