Roll Call, the Capitol Hill, has just named the seven most dysfunctional state parties in the country and surprise, surprise, the North Carolina Democratic Party did not make the cut.
The North Carolina Democratic Party has had it problems with infighting and law suits. But apparently you have to keep these things in perspective.
In Alabama, the state Democratic Party chairman bolted the party to form its own organization and the party is being threatened with eviction, is unable to to pay utility bills, and is saddled with $500,000 in debt.
Before the Alaska Republican Party leaders were ousted, the party chair changed the locks on GOP headquarters.
The chairman of the Georgia Democratic Party stepped down after the state bar association temporarily suspended his law license. The Minnesota Republican Party posted $2 million in debt was nearly evicted from its building.
The factional fighting among Republicans in Nevada has gotten so bad after Ron Paul supporters took over the party, that the Republican National Committee unveiled a shadow party structure called "Team Nevada.''
Roll Call also included the New Jersey Democratic Party which it said was in disarray because of the strength of Republican Gov. Chris Christie.