It’s Election Day, Asheville

Photo by Max Cooper

It’s election day in Asheville (and several other local municipalities), as citizens go to the polls to decide their next mayor and some Council members.

This year, 3,668 people voted early in local elections. Today, polls are open until 7:30 p.m. For those of you late-comers still trying to find your polling place or make a decision about your preferred candidates, here’s Xpresshandy roundup of election resources and coverage of the campaign season. Below is a Storify, updated throughout the day, rounding up Ashevilleans’ take on this year’s vote:


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