- Faison nebulously claimed "many people who know David Parker say they don't believe he can raise the money the state party will need to win elections in 2012." Result: False.
- Faison told listeners "I don't believe David Parker has held elected office in a great many years." Result: Misleading.
- Faison claims he knows how to win elections because he's serving his fourth term in the state House and beat a Tea-Party candidate in 2010. Result: Incredibly Misleading.
- Faison claimed 8 of the 13 congressional district chairs who've endorsed Parker were duped by Parker's "scare tactics" and "misinformation. Result: False.
- Faison claims he has the support of several key officials after talking with Governor Bev Perdue, Joe Hackney, Wayne Goodwin, June Atkinson, Jim Hunt and many others. Result: False.
- Faison accused Parker of not doing more to fix the state party whom Faison called "irrelevant" for failing to help get democratic state legislators elected. He then qualified his comment adding he couldn't identify a single legislator in his six years in office that would disagree. Result: Misleading.
- Faison claims a sitting legislator can lead the state party without issue. Result: False
- Faison claims each time the state has had a sitting state legislator as party chair Democrats returned to victory and seen a resurgence. Result: Misleading.
Faison has lost credibility and been exposed. It's time for Bill Faison to withdraw from this race.