NC Dems chair doesn't respond to No. 2's critique
The head of the North Carolina Democratic Party has refused to respond directly to criticism about him from the party's No. 2 leader as the first vice-chair announced her resignation.
State party Chairman Randy Voller said Tuesday in an email he was sad to hear that Nina Szlosberg-Landis was stepping down from her position after just four months. Voller says she served the party with "grace, distinction and competence" and she will always be welcome at party headquarters.
Szlosberg-Landis wrote party leaders Monday night that she thinks Voller is not interested in raising money for the party and in creating an environment of trust, transparency and accountability within it.
A party spokesman says Voller will comment on those accusations because he's not going to engage in personal attacks.