After today, the campaigning stops: No more phone calls. No more mailers. No more motorcades. But before the polls close and the election season ends, here’s a look back at those campaign stumps in Asheville, N.C., through Storify. (photos by Caitlin Byrd)
Like much of the U.S., the Asheville area shows sharp political divides, with deep blue and deep red in the same county. The meeting of a crowd of Mitt Romney supporters with a smattering of protesters during the Thursday, Oct. 11, rally was one of those moments when the two sides bumped shoulders. (Photos by Max Cooper)
On Thursday, presidential candidate Gov. Mitt Romney campaigned in Asheville, N.C. by holding what his campaign referred to as a Victory Rally. The event took place at the U.S. Cellular Center in downtown Asheville. These are the tweets and photos from the event itself, the counter protests outside and more. (Photo by Caitlin Byrd)
Mitt Romney addressed a packed crowd at Asheville’s US Cellular Center Thursday after being introduced by conservative pundit Mike Huckabee and Speaker of the House of Representatives John Boehner. (Featured photo by Max Cooper)
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is campaigning in Western North Carolina, holding an Oct. 11 rally at the U.S. Cellular Center in downtown Asheville.
This morning, there were rumors that the Sesame Street event at the U.S. Cellular Center was canceled due to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s Thursday visit. But according to center staff, the promoter canceled the event due to low ticket sales.
About 15 local Republicans gathered Aug. 28 at Pack’s Tavern in downtown Asheville to watch the opening night of their party’s national convention in Tampa.
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