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Democratic Women of Buncombe County

March 13, 2018 by admin

When: March 15, 6 p.m.
Please come early if you can, it will be a full house.
Registration 5:30 p.m.

Where: Buncombe Democratic Party Headquarters,
951 Old Fairview Road,
Asheville, 28803.

Program: Sheriff Candidate Forum
Where do they stand?

Join us to hear the candidates response to pressing issues.

Questions have been prepared and sent to all candidates covering issues such as the opioid crisis, homelessness, immigration, firearm background checks, and gun violence in schools.

There are five Democratic candidates for Buncombe County sheriff.

R. Daryl Fisher
Rondell Lance
Quentin Miller
Randy Smart
Chris Winslow

One candidate will be chosen at the May 8 primary to represent the Democrats in the November 6 election. The current Buncombe County sheriff, Van Duncan, has been managing the department for 12 years, so this will be a significant change in Buncombe County.

This is a great opportunity to understand the candidates’ positions and plans before the primary. Please join us for this very important forum.

Dinner will be served – please RSVP by March 13 so we have food for everyone! Click here.

The contribution from Sandra Houts and her pussycat hat knitters has now topped $4,000! This money will be used for Democratic women candidates after the May 8 primary.

We order dinners based on the number of responses we receive. We want to make sure everyone is fed! Please let us know that you are coming.

Click here for RSVP options.

MARCH is Women’s History Month. Check our Facebook page this month for posts on interesting and notable women.

MARCH 24: March for Our Lives
11:00 am – 1:30 pm. Pack Square
Student-led event protesting gun violence.
Click here for more information.

MARCH 24: Buncombe County Democratic Party Convention
2-6 pm. Enka High school
Click here for more information.

APRIL 13: Voter Registration Deadline for May primary.

MAY 8: Primary election

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