Results from the Oct. 6 primary election can be found elsewhere in this issue.
Wednesday, Oct. 14: Get There Asheville presents a post-primary transportation debate for Asheville City Council and mayoral candidates, 7 p.m. at the Asheville Design Center, 8 College St. The public is invited to submit questions at www.getthereasheville.com.
Thursday, Oct. 15: The West Asheville Business Association hosts a meet-and-greet with Asheville City Council candidates with a moderated Q&A session, 6:30 to 9 p.m. in the Community Meeting room of the West Asheville Library, 942 Haywood Road.
Thursday, Oct. 15: Early voting begins for all Buncombe municipal elections at the Buncombe Board of Elections, 189 College St.
Wednesday, Oct. 21: Mountain Xpress publishes its general election voter guide for Asheville City Council and mayoral elections.
Thursday, Oct. 22: The Council for Independent Business Owners hosts a forum for Asheville City Council and mayoral candidates, noon at Magnolia's, 26 Walnut St.
Saturday, Oct. 24: Early voting for Buncombe County municipal elections begins at four remote locations: North Asheville Library, 1030 Merrimon Avenue; South Buncombe Library, 260 Overlook Road; Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Dept., 70 Gashes Creek Road; West Asheville Library, 942 Haywood Road.
Friday, Oct. 30: Get There Asheville early voting event. Meet at 5 p.m. at Pritchard Park to walk, bike or bus to the polls. Meet-up follows at Asheville Pizza and Brewing, 77 Coxe Ave.
Saturday, Oct. 31: Last day of early voting for Buncombe general election.
Tuesday, Nov. 3: General election for all Buncombe municipal elections.
Please send all campaign-related event information for races within Buncombe County to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 251-1333, ext. 153.