While some people leaned forward in their seats, others stood in the back of the room and craned their necks — ear first — to hear the positions Asheville's three mayoral candidates have on issues ranging from the police department to school systems. Full audio of the forum is included.
The League of Women Voters of Asheville and Buncombe County held its first fall candidates forum today, Sept. 24, at Ferguson Auditorium on the AB Tech campus, offering voters a chance to see and hear candidates for Buncombe County Commission Chair and the county Board of Education. (photo by Max Cooper)
At a Feb. 22 forum hosted by the Asheville-Buncombe County League of Women Voters, Dr. George Peery sought to contextualize new Western North Carolina political districts that have "spawned shocked incredulity, smug sentiments of justifiable payback, outrage, support, and baffled indifference,” he said.
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