Governor Perdue joins top state Democrats calling for Parker to resign
Gov. Bev Perdue joins the chorus of top state Democrats calling for N.C. Democratic Party chairman David Parker to resign, in the wake of allegations of harassment and a cover-up within the party leadership.
In a statement, Perdue said she talked with Parker "several times today and told him that he had lost the confidence of Democratic leaders..."
"I asked him to step aside for the good of the Party," said Perdue. "I told him that the Party had to get back to focusing on our core values: strengthening schools, creating jobs and expanding opportunities for all North Carolinians."
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