Just a few remarks from the Randy Voller/Eric Mansfield conversation tonight in Chapel Hill, not in any special order of importance, and hopefully, presented in a manner that the candidate will not find objectionable.
Randy: Carolina Meadows (retirement community) creates more jobs than fracking will create.
The party needs to focus on water, women and work. Clean water, getting women involved in the decision making process, and creating jobs.
Saving our environment is not incompatible with job growth, and can, in fact be a catalyst for job growth.
Eric: We can’t wait for media coverage, we have to get our message out ourselves.
In our messaging we must ask Is it good for the people? Is it good policy? Or is it politics?
The party would not commit to job hires due to cronyism, but would only consider the best and brightest.
Both men agreed it was too bad the Plan of Organization did not allow for co-chairs and that whoever won the upcoming election, they each see a place for the other in working for the future good of the party.