Voting and Democracy Rights


You Can Vote is a North Carolina statewide organization promoting voter registration, education, and turnout. Its website offers a myriad of voting resources and links to help people understand and navigate voting. Those interested can sign up for a weekly email here that provides timely information around voting. All are encouraged to pledge to vote

Common Cause NC “holds power accountable”.  They are very much in the forefront of actions to address fair districts for elections to try to end “gerrymandering”. Their website offers a host of resources.  

The Buncombe County Board of Elections is an important resource for the latest information on elections that affect this county. They provide voter registration forms and a variety of information that can be shared to help educate the community on voting. Check this site for information on photo ID’s needed for now.

Key Allies

The League of Women Voters of Asheville-Buncombe County is a nonpartisan, volunteer- based, political organization born out of the national women’s suffrage movement in 1920. The League works in servicing the needs of the voting public and protecting the rights of all voters through education and advocacy. In Buncombe County, current emphasis of work is on facilitating voter registration and participation; providing education on voting regulations, registration, candidates, voting dates and issues that affect elections; advocating for voting accessibility and fair voting practices;(including redistricting reform and the National Popular Vote compact, the latter seeking the direct election of the President); and advocating for passage of the Equal Rights Amendment.

Get involved: To get involved, email Suzanne Fisher at or call (828) 333-0893.


The League of Women Voters of Henderson County, (LWVHC), is a nonpartisan, volunteer, political organization that celebrates diversity, equity, and inclusion by welcoming all members of the community. The League works towards our national, state, and local mission “Empowering Voters; Defending Democracy;” by registering voters, holding candidate forums, advocating for fair redistricting, and protecting voter rights through additional education and advocacy. LWVHC also educates and advocates for government transparency and accountability, the Equal Rights Amendment, reasonable immigration reform, and public education.

Get involved: To get involved, email or