No. 2 at NC Democratic Party resigning

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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The No. 2 leader at the North Carolina Democratic Party is resigning from her post, citing conflict with the party's chairman after just four months in their respective posts.

Nina Szlosberg-Landis of Raleigh emailed the state party's executive committee Monday night to announce she's stepping down as of Tuesday. The Associated Press obtained a copy of the email.

Szlosberg-Landis is a well-known fundraiser in Democratic circles. She wrote that it's become abundantly clear that party donors aren't comfortable with actions of current Chairman Randy Voller of Pittsboro.

Voller has been criticized by some committee members for how he handled the departure of the previous executive director and other intraparty transactions. Voller didn't immediately respond to the letter.

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