No pressure, though. Really, no pressure:
One month into her role as head of the North Carolina Democratic Party, the 25-year-old organizer is still getting used to the spotlight as the youngest state Democratic chair in the country. She’s hoping to use her platform to highlight that it is people like her — young and from rural parts of the state — that Democrats need to draw out to help North Carolina flip blue.
Clayton also knows that while being the first Gen Z member in her position has given her more exposure, it also means more pressure to prove, after disappointing results in recent election cycles, that Democrats can fare better in the Tar Heel State in 2024.
I will freely admit, after what happened today with that Veto Override vote, I was about ready to give up. But that won't change anything, either. Maybe Anderson can...
I’ve met Anderson.
She’s the real deal. Seriously. I was impressed.