A lot has been said about money and the sources of it in the Lt. Governor's race over the past few weeks. There's no doubt that it's important. But there are other things that are important as well: the endorsement of recognized progressive groups. These are feathers in the caps of the candidates who can use them to then raise more funds, and seek more endorsements, which, they hope, ultimately translate into votes.
But what if the provenance of an endorsement doesn't seem quite right? What are we to think, as voters? I'm talking about NARAL NC, and their endorsement of Hampton Dellinger. Read more below the fold.