It's D (for David) day for the Labour Party.
Who will the 34 members of Labour's caucus choose when push comes to shove later today? Will it be the experienced, charismatic, melodramatic David Cunliffe, who if rumours are to believed, isn't exactly popular in caucus? Or will it be the man with the back-story - David Shearer - whose weaknesses in communication have been exposed during the leadership tour?
It's an important decision for Labour as the party tries to rebrand, and cut the apron-strings to the Helen Clark era. But there's another important question to be asked; whoever wins today's contest; will they actually lead Labour to an election campaign in 2014? Or is today's appointee merely going to be a stop-gap leader while some of Labour's ambitious young tyros gain further experience?
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