Cover Design Credit: Brent Brown

Election 2012: Chooose your fate

Volume
19
/ Issue
15

Cover Design Credit:

Brent Brown

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  • Voter info for WNC

    -by Webmaster
    Voter Information: If you need information about voting (precinct, district, polling place), call the Buncombe County Board of Elections at 250-4200, or visit the North Carolina State Board of Elections'…

opinion

  • Undecided Voters

    -by Brent Brown
  • Weekly Asheville Disclaimer Page: 10/31/12

    -by Webmaster
    • Following successful launch of weather balloon into near-space, WNC middle school students prepare for historic cat launch
  • Wampus sucks

    -by Webmaster
    I love the Mountain Xpress and read it every week. But the Wampus Cat mascot is really unbearable. I could hardly enjoy reading the Best of WNC issues while having…
  • Another slice in the fight

    -by Webmaster
    A couple of weeks ago I read the letter sent from Favilla’s Pizza regarding a blind taste test involving them and the winners of the Best of WNC [“To Be…
  • “Vadim Realism” painted the right picture

    -by Webmaster
    Thank you for Kyle Sherard's perceptive article about "Vadim Bora: A Visual Legacy of Expressive Freedom, From Initial Spark to Final Form," the retrospective at Warren Wilson College’s Holden Gallery…
  • Not in our mountains

    -by Webmaster
    I recently became aware that the local Progress Energy power plant in Arden has two ponds for coal-ash storage that are not lined! Testing of the wells in the area…
  • It’s Bannerman Family Camp time!

    -by Webmaster
    An extraordinary family is celebrating the 43rd year of the Bannerman Family Thanksgiving Dance Camp: four full days of clogging, puppet shows, live music, fellowship and more. It is the…
  • Time to vote – kids too

    -by Webmaster
    What better time for adults to convey the legacy of good citizenship to their children than a presidential election year? And what better way than by taking them to the…
  • The gospel according to Jerry

    -by jerry sternberg
    Editor’s note: This is the fifth installment of Jerry Sternberg’s continuing “Life in Seely’s Castle” saga. The earlier pieces are available on the Xpress website or at www.gospeljerry.com (which also…
  • It’s time we figured it out

    -by Webmaster
    This year, voting, particularly in local elections, is more important than ever. Under the current North Carolina General Assembly we have seen an unprecedented assault on the progressive values that…
  • Cothran is accessible and accurate

    -by Webmaster
    As we head toward the 2012 election, I would like to say a few words about a wonderful candidate running for register of deeds. This is a very important, but…
  • Pat Cothran is simply outstanding

    -by Webmaster
    It is telling that the Asheville Citizen-Times chose not to lend its support to the incumbent in the register of deeds race, though the publication heartily endorsed him just 18…
  • You will be impressed with Pat

    -by Webmaster
    I met Pat Cothran, candidate for Buncombe County register of deeds, in the late 1980s. As a real estate paralegal, I research public records to obtain title insurance for clients.…
  • Reisinger’s budget spins make me dizzy

    -by Webmaster
    It’s always amusing to hear Drew Reisinger put his own spin on the budget numbers from the register of deeds office. His latest claim is that the office “spent $600,000…
  • Thank you, Drew, for your visionary leadership

    -by Webmaster
    I am writing in support of Drew Reisinger for the register of deeds. In two short years, Drew has used the power of the office to ensure equality and inclusion…
  • Keever will have my vote

    -by Webmaster
    I have known Patsy Keever for over 30 years. We were colleagues in Buncombe County Schools, and I was one of her constituents when she was a Buncombe County commissioner…
  • Patsy stands with the people

    -by Webmaster
    In the newly reconfigured 10th Congressional District, Democrat Patsy Keever is running against “incumbent” Patrick McHenry. As a woman, a person of great personal integrity and a public servant who…