RALEIGH, North Carolina — The new executive director of the North Carolina Democratic Party has a history of working with candidates and in government.
The party said Thursday that Kimberly Reynolds will begin the job next week. She succeeds Casey Mann, who stepped down in February when chairman Randy Voller was succeeded by Patsy Keever.
Keever said she would conduct a national search and in the end chose Reynolds, a Greensboro native and North Carolina State graduate. Reynolds managed Walter Dalton's 2008 lieutenant governor's campaign and worked as chief of staff for Dalton and House Minority Leader Larry Hall.
Keever says Reynolds has unique political experience and shares a passion for what Keever calls getting North Carolina "back on track." The party has been trying to recover from campaign and fundraising losses since 2010.
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