Xpress’ election guide

There’s a slew of candidates (and a very controversial constitutional amendment) on the ballot. Here’s Xpress’ guide to the candidates and issues in today’s elections.

A full list of who’s on the ballot, including statewide and the 11th congressional district.

Amendment One: “Constitutional amendment to provide that marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this State.”

10th Congressional District, Democratic primary

Terry Bellamy
Patsy Keever
Timothy Richard Murphy

10th Congressional District, Republican primary

Ken Fortenberry
Patrick McHenry (incumbent)
Don Peterson

Buncombe County Commissioners Chair, Democratic primary

Milton Byrd
David Gantt (incumbent)

Buncombe County Commissioners Chair, Republican primary

Glenda Weinert
J.B. Howard

Buncombe County Commissioners, District 1, Democratic primary

Tracey DeBruhl
Holly Jones (incumbent)
Brownie Newman
Aixa Wilson
Keith Young

Buncombe County Commissioners, District 2, Democratic primary

Ellen Frost
JoAnn Morgan
Carol Peterson (incumbent)

Buncombe County Commissioners, District 2, Republican primary

Mike Fryar
Christina Kelley G. Merrill
Bill Reynolds

Buncombe County Commissioners, District 3, Democratic primary

Randy Flack
Terry Van Duyn
Michelle Pace Wood

Buncombe County Commissioners, District 3, Republican primary

Chuck Archerd
Joe Belcher
David King
Robert Knapp
Linda Southard


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