RALEIGH – News 14 Carolina caught up with Secretary of State Elaine Marshall, who was one of the five Council of State members to call for N.C. Democratic Party Chairman David Parker's resignation.
Despite Parker's statement that he won't resign, Marshall said she thinks he will end up stepping down.
“I think he will ultimate come to the … I think it's like death and sadness, and sometimes it take a little while for people to get adjusted to new roles and change what have you,” said Marshall. “We need strong leadership for our state, for our party, and he's just not going to be able to provide that now for us.”
Attorney General Roy Cooper was not included in the Council of State's call for Parker's resignation.
His office said not to read into that and that he was not included in those discussions.