The leader of a Raleigh nonprofit embroiled earlier this year in a controversial political memo to attack Gov. Pat McCrory is stepping down.
In an email to friends, Sean Kosofsky, the executive director of Blueprint North Carolina, did not offer a reason for his departure from the organization later this summer, according to a copy obtained by Dome. But he does not have another job lined up. The organization has not announced a replacement.
Blueprint is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that is limited to issue-advocacy but it was linked to a political memo that outlined a plan to “eviscerate the (Republican) leadership and weaken their ability to govern.”