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.
Last night, Buncombe voters rejected the politics of fear and division. Our candidates presented a positive vision for what our community needs, and voters all across the county agreed - Democrats should lead the way. Congratulations to our new Sheriff, Quentin Miller, and our next District 2 Commissioner, Amanda Edwards. Thank you to everyone who helped send Susan Fisher, John Ager, [...]
We Vote Early Early voting started on October 17th in 11 locations in Buncombe County and Democrats were at the polls. In addition to voting early, Buncombe Democrats volunteered to phone bank, canvass, organize events, work for candidates, donate, and participate in every way to help get Democrats elected here in Buncombe and in North Carolina.
Lake Julian Annual Picnic The South Buncombe Democrats hosted the annual Lake Julian Picnic on Sunday, August 12th. Nearly 200 Democrats, candidates, family and friends from every area of the county traveled to the Lake to enjoy music, food and inspiration. Candidates who rallied the group included Quentin Miller, Donna Ensley, Amanda Edwards, Al Whitesides, David Wilson Brown, Norm Bossert, Brian [...]
Inspiration on the Mountaintop The Democratic Women of Buncombe County hosted a Summer Kickoff on June 28th at the Governor’s Western Residence featuring guest speaker Wayne Goodwin, Chair of the NC Democratic Party. Candidates and elected officials were recognized by DWBC President, Marnie Walsh, and guests enjoyed a barbecue dinner. Goodwin applauded North Carolina Democrats for fielding candidates for [...]