I am inclined to support Randy Voller. He may be rough around the edges and more than a little impatient, but that's what I like most about him. The fact that he's not a well-oiled insider is nothing but plus in my book.
Is he perfect? Of course not. Who is?
I understand that some of his actions may have overstepped his authority according to the Democratic Party rules of organization. If that's the clearly the case, he should apologize, fix things, and get back to work. If it's more of a judgment call, I say give him the benefit of the doubt and let him do his job.
We'll find out soon enough if he can deliver. If he can't, we should fire him and move on. But in the meantime, the least we can do is get out of his way and give him room to run.
One of the reasons I'm running for governor is to start a new conversation with a new kind of campaign that takes place in full public view. I may get my butt handed to me, but so be it. I'm sick to death of all the backroom nonsense that gets in the way of doing real work.