Monthly Archives: October 2012

Warning: Voting Machine Malfunctions

Warning: Voting Machine Malfunctions need to be reported to poll judges and observers immediately. Voters be warned to REVIEW your vote before you Submit. If the problem still persists after correcting the REVIEW, immediately seek the assistance of poll judges … Continue reading

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Voter Guide

Buncombe County Ballot November 2012 Election Warning: By law, if you vote a straight party ticket you will NOT have voted for president, judges, school board or soil and water. You must vote for these offices as individuals. *Citizen Vetted … Continue reading

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Funds Needed for Radio Ads and Listen to Ads

ASHEVILLE TEA PAC WHITMIRE NOV. 2012 FP Radio Ad ASHEVILEL TEA PAC HOWARD-MERRILL OCT 2012 30 SEC ASHEVILLE TEA PAC STATE CANDIDATES OCT General 2012 30 SEC ASHEVILLE TEA PAC R.L. Clark for October-November ASHEVILLE TEA PAC NEWBY OCT General … Continue reading

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iCaucus Vote Ready for Candidates Directions

 iCaucus Vote Ready for Candidates Directions Caucus Period Ready for State Judicial and Local Candidates Time Sensitive: Voting Ballots are Ready for Candidates Below.  You have until Friday, 10/12 to vote. Ballot will appear on individual race pages on Tuesday, October … Continue reading

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Asheville Tea PAC Endorses Justice Paul Martin Newby, North Carolina Supreme Court

                                   Asheville Tea PAC Endorses Justice Paul Martin Newby, North Carolina Supreme Court Hendersonville, NC, 9:30  P.M.:  Justice Paul Martin Newby, North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, has received the endorsement of Asheville Tea PAC for re-election.   The Asheville Tea PAC … Continue reading

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