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Columnist Doug Clark: NC Democrats seem leaderless

"If North Carolina Republicans have a leadership problem, it's a matter of too many: Gov. Pat McCrory, Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger and House Speaker Thom Tillis aren't always on the same page," writes columnist Doug Clark of the Greensboro News and Record. "Which one will prevail on key policy issues?

"The Democrats' problem is just the opposite: They have no one.

Get Clark's full take on the Democrats leadership issues here.


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Randy Voller is an absolutely capable chair that has a vast majority of the democratic party supporting him right from the beginning as he restructures his staff, and develops his plan for North Carolina.

With only a meager 100 days in office, the successful 4 term mayor of Pittsboro has handled hold-over divisions well, and set a true and realistic course for 2013 and beyond.

Stability and Leadership in 2014

The Democratic Party has a strong and capable leader, Randy Voller, who was elected Feb. 2.

When the various rump factions quit sniping at him, his vision for individual county organization strategies and statewide election strategies and fundraising will be realized.

The NCDP will have a stable visionary plan in 2014, with Randy Voller directing it. This is what Kay Hagan needs, and every other statewide elected officer as well.

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