City Council Voter Guide

In Asheville’s recent City Council primary election, a meager 13 percent of registered voters made it to the polls. Come on, people.

We live in a city full of opinionated, politically savvy citizens, right? We know that grassroots democracy starts at the local level, right?

To help you choose whom to vote for this Tuesday, Nov. 6, Xpress has prepared one our signature voter guides. And here’s a new rule: If you don’t vote, you don’t get to complain about City Council anymore — and that’s a right you’re hopefully loath to givee up.

Click on the images below to view Q&A responses from each candidate.


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