A Community for Everyone
Buncombe Democrats fight for our community every day. As engaged citizens and volunteers, we work to bring better jobs to our county, strengthen our schools, keep everyone healthy, and preserve our environment.
We are your neighbors—from Barnardsville to Arden, Candler to Black Mountain, Big Ivy to Bent Creek. Together, we help our community’s voice be heard. We volunteer to knock on doors, call our neighbors, write letters, register voters, and welcome new people at community events.
We are united by shared values of fairness, integrity, and opportunity for all. The diversity of our backgrounds, viewpoints, and skills makes us strong.
And we believe that our democracy needs citizens who take action, now more than ever.
From everyone at the Buncombe County Democratic Party, we wish you all a safe and happy Fourth of July! On this day, we celebrate the Declaration of Independence and the beginning of our journey towards a more perfect union, which we find ourselves still striving for. In light of the daily news cycle and the near constant attacks on democratic norms [...]
Buncombe Democrats Gather to Celebrate, Socialize and Look Ahead Sunday, June 3 brought good weather and fun-loving Democrats to Headquarters to enjoy food, music, games and connecting with old and new friends. The change of venue went smoothly thanks to dozens of volunteers who brought food and drinks, set up the sound system, tents and tables, and parked cars. [...]
For details on ballot count, visit the NC Board of Elections website. We are pleased to congratulate the winners of the primary election: Quentin Miller, Sheriff Amanda Edwards, County Commissioner District 2 Donna Ensley, County Commissioner District 3 Todd M. Williams, District Attorney Phillip G. Price, Congress District 11
April 19 - May 5 Early voting is underway for the May 8 primary. Registered voters select from a slate of Democratic candidates who are the party’s best choices to take back North Carolina from the GOP in the November General Election. You can confirm locations, days, and hours—and even see current wait times—at the Buncombe County Board of Election Services website. [...]