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In 2015, Duke Energy agreed to build a 5 megawatt solar project on a retired landfill in Woodfin. The NC Utilities Commission approved it as part of Duke Carolina’s Modernization Plan to retire coal, build a new gas plant, transition to clean energy and build 15 megawatts of solar energy in Buncombe County. The retired…Read More →
The two Senate runoff races in Georgia have enormous implications for the rest of the country. The good news is, there’s a lot we can do from a distance to help. 4 Ways You Can Help Right Now Make phone calls — Sign up to participate in daily phone banks for Jon Ossof. Write postcards…Read More →
The Protect the Results network is designed to be activated in cities and towns across the country IF Trump tries to claim victory or stop every vote from being counted. Knowing Trump, activation on Nov. 4 seems highly likely but is not guaranteed. To be notified, please sign up at ProtectTheResults.com. We will notify you…Read More →
Indivisible AVL’s “Friends to the Polls” vote tripling project is underway! Join us for this very effective strategy for getting progressive Buncombe voters to the polls! Sign up to spend a few hours at one of the Early Voting sites below. The work at the polls is EASY and FUN. Just ask progressive voters who…Read More →
Jobless workers need support from Congress! While the Senate barges ahead with a Supreme Court nomination, the same senators are refusing to pass desperately needed coronavirus relief. Legislation is especially needed to extend the $600 weekly unemployment supplement that hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians need in order to survive. Take Action Tell Senators Tillis and Burr…Read More →
(UPDATED October 19, 2020): Last week the Senate Judiciary Committee rammed through rush committee hearings on Amy Coney Barrett, Trump’s extremist nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, despite the fact that we are already in the middle of a presidential election: By the time Committee Chair Lindsay Graham pushed through approval,…Read More →