Election night: Bellamy campaign will be at Holiday Inn, Biltmore

Here’s the press release from the Terry Bellamy congressional campaign:


ASHEVILLE, NC – Terry Michelle Bellamy will celebrate her election win and naming as the Democratic candidate for North Carolina’s 10th Congressional District on Tuesday, May 8. Beginning at 6pm, all are welcome at the Holiday Inn Biltmore West, located at 435 Smoky Park Highway in Asheville for light refreshments and the Bellamy for Congress campaign victory celebration.

Bellamy’s supporters will convene to watch the returns and hear more from Bellamy about her focus on bringing and keeping good-paying jobs to NC-10, addressing infrastructure needs across the district and moving towards education and energy solutions that help communities reach their potential by enriching our children and conserving our natural environment.

Bellamy is currently seeking to solidify her victory in the May 8 primary election. Serving her second term as mayor of Asheville, NC, Bellamy is the first African-American and youngest elected mayor of the city. She is the Executive Director of The Arc of Buncombe County and serves as an appointee on a variety of local, state and federal committees and advisory boards.

For more information, please contact 828-575-2474, info@bellamyforcongress.com or visit the Bellamy for Congress Campaign Office, 900 Hendersonville Road, Suite 308, Asheville, Monday through Friday (9am to 5pm).

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