Voter outreach and engagement will be even more important this year, especially as we gear up for the 2022 election. The backlash of misinformation and voter suppression over the past few months means that we can’t let up. Our goals this year are to increase voter registration and engagement in our community, working especially in partnership with youth and people of color, and to continue to advocate for issues important to our region such as healthcare, the environment, and social justice. If you aren't already part of the Indivisible AVL family, please join us. Stay in touch with our weekly email, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
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On May 13, 2017 over 150 people gathered in Jackson Park in Hendersonville for a Mark Meadows Town Hall. The event was organized by Hendersonville Indivisible along with other local activists. Although Congressman Meadows had been invited to meet with constituents and hear their concerns, he did not attend. So over a dozen speakers addressed the crowd to discuss Health Care, Immigration and the Environment.Read More
Two of our members recently met with Roger Kumpf, Rep. Patrick McHenry’s staff member at his Black Mountain office, to…Read More
Two of our members recently reached out to Senator Richard Burr to ask him to provide regular and frequent updates about the progress of the committee’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2017 Presidential Election. They met with staff in Senator Burr’s Asheville office and after reading the following memo together, asked that it passed on the Senator Burr.Read More