Will the Wake County Republican Party oppose the $810 million school construction bond referendum?
In September, then-Wake GOP chairwoman Susan Bryant said that if the school board fired Superintendent Tony Tata that she "will immediately move, as chairman, to put the full force of our organization against its [bond] passage."
"Who can possibly believe the money, no matter how much it may be needed, will be wisely spent by such a gang of unprincipled radicals?" Bryant warned at the time.
Tata is now long gone as superintendent. But Donna Williams, the current Wake GOP chairwoman, said the group has made no decision yet on the Oct. 8 bond referendum.
(I'm in vacation for the next two weeks. I have some blog posts to cover that time period but won't be answering questions until I return.)