Do we ever have our work cut out for us . . . .
“We made the payroll this week,” she said. “But we can’t do it again.”
Kidd said much of her first month in the leadership position has been spent going to donors throughout the state, trying to patch up the once-mighty party’s finances.
The party requires between $700,000 and $750,000 to keep its staff of 10 in rent money. That includes an executive director, who hasn’t been hired yet.