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Re: “Do black candidates matter to North Carolina Democrats?

As a transplant from a New England blue state, with its highly diverse population and elected officials, including a female governor, a Latino mayor of a major city, a gay congressman, and a former African American majority leader in their house of representative. All these diverse people have certain qualities in common besides all being Democrates, they were all well educated and knew how to organize and communicate to inspire their constituents to vote for them. I feel that the Democratic Party in NC appears to be disorganized and inefficient. In this Red state the goal should be to elect as many well educated, ethical Democrats who represents the ideals of the Democratic Party, The Republicans in this state are well organized and many appear to be better able than the Democrates in this state to communicate their message. This will remain a red state for a long time as long as the Democactic party remains poorly organized and doesn't know how to attract volunteers and effectively communicate the candidates message. I know several people who wanted to volunteer for a democrat candidate and left their name several months ago but we're not contacted; and are now volunteering for the Republican canadaite .

Posted by NE transplant on 01/08/2016 at 7:28 PM

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