NC Democrat Party Finances Rather Anaemic

By “anaemic” I mean on life support

(WRAL) State Democratic Party leaders attending a meeting in Greensboro on Sunday were told the party might move out of its iconic Raleigh headquarters, the Goodwin House, due to anemic fundraising.

An Executive Council member who attended the meeting said embattled party Chairman Randy Voller told members the party is “broke,” with only $60,000 in the bank.

Obviously, other Dems tried to spin that away. Surprisingly, they didn’t blame the GOP, racism, or Bush.

Voller also pledged $5,000 to the party’s operating fund, despite owing more than $225,000 to the federal government for several years of unpaid taxes.

Harris said the two aren’t at odds.

“This pledge excited the party, and people stepped up to the challenge,” Harris said. “The chairman has paid off his debt to the State of North Carolina and is continuing to pay off his federal tax debt in a prompt manner. All of his other taxes are paid. He takes these matters seriously and intends to pay them off.”

Oh, well, it.excited the party, so, it’s OK then that he has failed yo pay his fair share.

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  2. Blick says:

    A big Dem not paying taxes. No surprise there. Just your typical tax and spend liberal not wanting to contribute HIS money but sure wants to spend Your money. Another Elite pissing on the peasants.

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