Indivisible Asheville/WNC to interview Congressional candidates Albert Wiley and Phillip Price at Pack Memorial Library

Press release from Indivisible Asheville/WNC:

Indivisible Asheville/WNC will continue its series of interviews this week with candidates running for the U.S. House of Representatives. An interview with Albert Wiley (R), who is running in the Republican primary against Patrick McHenry for District 10, will take place from 6 – 8 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, at the Pack Memorial Library Auditorium 67 Haywood Street. An interview with Phillip Price (D), who is running in the Democratic primary for District 11, will take place from 6:30 – 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 19, also at the Pack Memorial Library Auditorium. All interviews are free and open to the public.

“We’ve had great success with these interviews so far, especially with the audience question-and-answer portion of the interviews,” said Cindy McGrayne, the leader of Indivisible Asheville/WNC’s congress watch action team. “This is a great opportunity for everyone in both of our local districts to come out and meet the candidates who want to represent them before the primary election on May 8.”

Interviews cover the following key topics: protecting American Democracy, the environment, gun violence, immigration, and health care. After the interview, the floor is open for Q&A.

After completing the candidate interviews, Indivisible Asheville/WNC will publish a Voter’s Guide at

For this special voter information project, Indivisible Asheville/WNC requested interviews with all of the candidates appearing on the ballot in the primary for U.S. Congressional Districts 10 and 11, including incumbents Patrick McHenry (District 10) and Mark Meadows (District 11). Interviews are being scheduled with those who accepted the invitation.

Indivisible Asheville/WNC is a non-partisan action group dedicated to defending Democracy with informed community action in WNC. For more information, including upcoming events and additional candidate interviews, visit or email

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