Howard gets Tea Party iCaucus endorsement for Buncombe commission chair

Here’s the press release from the Asheville Tea Party. Republican J.B. Howard is challenging Democratic incumbent David Gantt in the race to be chair of the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners.


Cheyenne, WY, October, 17, 2012: JB Howard North Carolina candidate for Chairman, Buncombe County Commissioner, has received the iCaucus endorsement. iCaucus is a non-partisan, National citizen-led organization dedicated to empowering the citizens to fully participate in the electoral process, while taking the big money and special interests out of it.

iCaucus members, delegates, and Affiliate Group members, voted to endorse J B Howard with a 100% for Chairman of Buncombe County Commissioners. The following North Carolina iCaucus Affiliate Groups join together in their dedication to elect principled candidates to office beholden to We The People:

Asheville Tea PAC, Buncombe County
Blue Ridge Tea Party Patriots, Henderson, Polk, Transylvania Counties Cabarrus County Conservatives, Cabarrus County
Caldwell Tea Party, Caldwell County
CAUTION (Common Americans Uniting to Inspire Our Nation), Charlotte Cherokee 9.12, Cherokee Count
FTTF (Feet To The Fire), Wake County
Jackson County Tea Party Patriots, Jackson County
Haywood 9.12, Haywood County
Polk 9.12, Polk County
RandolphTea Party, Randolph County
Rowan Tea Party, Rowan County
Shelby 9.12 Tea Party, Shelby
Sons of Liberty, Buncombe, Henderson Counties, National Organization Stand Up North Carolina, Iredell County
Surry County Tea Party, Surry County
The Tea Party of Greater Gastonia, Gastonia County
Uniting the effort to elect principled candidates to office.

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