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2018 WNC Primaries Voters Guide

Prior to the May 8 Primaries, IndivisibleAVL conducted interviews with Congressional candidates for US House in Districts 10 and 11.

The meetings lasted approximately 90 minutes and public was invited. The interviews covered five topics.

  1. Preservation of American Democracy
  2. The Environment
  3. Gun Violence
  4. Immigration
  5. Health Care

Questions for the candidates

Download a PDF of the Questions for Congressional Candidates.

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District 10

Asheville, Belmont, Columbus, Black Mountain, Forest City, Gastonia, Hickory, Lake Lure, Lincolnton, Rutherfordton, Shelby


David Wilson Brown
(D)
April 12, 6:30-8:00pm, West Asheville Library (details)

 


Gina Collias (R)
April 3, 6:30-8:00pm, West Asheville Library (details)

 


Albert Wiley (R)
April 18, 6:00-8:00pm, Lord Auditorium (details)

 

Not Interviewed:


Patrick McHenry (R - incumbent)

 

Ira Roberts (R)

Jeff Gregory (R)

Seth Blankenship (R)

 

 

District 11

Brevard, Burnsville, Cherokee, Franklin, Highlands, Hendersonville, Lenoir, Marion, Morganton, Murphy, Spruce Pines

Steven Woodsmall (D)
April 6, 6:30 - 8:00pm, West Asheville Library (details)

 


Phillip Price
(D)
April 19, 6:30 - 8:00pm, Lord Auditorium (details)

 

Not Interviewed:


Scott Donaldson (D)

 


Mark Meadows (R - incumbent)

 

Chuck Archerd (R)

Christopher Money (R)

Clifton Ingram (L)