Rep. Tim Moffitt hosting June 30 Town Hall meeting

Here’s the info via the Tim Moffitt campaign and the Buncombe County Republican Party website:

LEICESTER, NC – State Representative Tim Moffitt (R-Buncombe) will host a legislative town hall this weekend in the Leicester community of north-western Buncombe County. The town hall will offer community residents the chance to both informally meet Rep. Moffitt and engage him during a question and answer session.

The town hall forum is being held this Saturday, June 30, beginning at 4pm, at the Leicester Community Center at 2979 New Leicester Highway. The event will include a free barbecue dinner and live bluegrass music from Gordon Terry & Friends.

Moffitt is running for reelection to North Carolina’s 116th District, which encompasses most of western and southern Buncombe County. Moffitt was first elected in 2010.

Free Bar-B-Q & Blue Grass
Town Hall Meeting
with NC House Representative Tim Moffitt

Share your concerns about issues important to you. Representative Moffitt will discuss legislation that passed, didn’t pass, and is currently pending.


June 30th, 4 to 7 p.m.


Leicester Community Center
2979 New Leicester Hwy (9 miles from Patton Ave)
BBQ & refreshments provided

Bluegrass featuring Gordon Terry & friends

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