The “silly season” has begun, Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue said Monday. She said that GOP calls for her to fire two of her top aides were partisan.
“I find it interesting that questions were asked on opening day of filing,” Perdue said. “We gave begun the silly season, the very biased and partisan debate between Republicans and Democrats. That’s healthy in America. But don’t be ever surprised of some of the rhetoric you hear from both sides.”
Fetzer was critical of Keller’s supervision of the probation system. He was also critical of Young’s handling of an investigation into deleted emails during the administration of former Gov. Mike Easley, also a Democrat.