Not Exactly the Most Coveted Job in D.C.

Not Exactly the Most Coveted Job in D.C.

David Wilhelm's interim successor as chairman of the Democratic National Committee will be Debra DeLee, currently the party's No. 2 official and already scheduled to be the chief organizer of the 1996 Democratic Convention. DeLee was drafted from the National Education Association in order to reduce chaos at the DNC, where she has fired scores of underlings. It is expected ) that she will step down as chair next year -- and be replaced by one honored name or another from the party's 1994 roster of election losers.


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