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Dissent in the ranks over N.C. Democratic Party Chairman Randy Voller 

When Randy Voller, the embattled state Democratic Party chairman, called to order a meeting of the party's executive council Sunday in Greensboro, he turned to Charles Johnson for a point of personal privilege. Johnson, 91, certainly qualifies as a veteran Democratic leader…

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Thanks Bob for the passion and ideas delivered in style. Glad you'll still be occasionally writing articles in the future.

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