Rolling through Ashe County


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(Jesse Campbell|Jefferson Post) En route to stops in all 100 North Carolina counties, the Voters Values Bus made a scheduled stop at the Ashe GOP office in Jefferson Monday afternoon in an attempt by organizers to “get out the vote.” Along with several well-known Ashe County GOP members, Rep. Jonathan Jordan was also in attendance. The mission of the bus tour is to help inform citizens in key states and communities across America. Due to controversial political decisions, and perhaps a sign of the times, North Carolina has emerged as a key battleground state as conservative and liberal candidates try to appeal to the core values of Tar Heel voters.


(Jesse Campbell|Jefferson Post) En route to stops in all 100 North Carolina counties, the Voters Values Bus made a scheduled stop at the Ashe GOP office in Jefferson Monday afternoon in an attempt by organizers to “get out the vote.” Along with several well-known Ashe County GOP members, Rep. Jonathan Jordan was also in attendance. The mission of the bus tour is to help inform citizens in key states and communities across America. Due to controversial political decisions, and perhaps a sign of the times, North Carolina has emerged as a key battleground state as conservative and liberal candidates try to appeal to the core values of Tar Heel voters.

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(Jesse Campbell|Jefferson Post) En route to stops in all 100 North Carolina counties, the Voters Values Bus made a scheduled stop at the Ashe GOP office in Jefferson Monday afternoon in an attempt by organizers to “get out the vote.” Along with several well-known Ashe County GOP members, Rep. Jonathan Jordan was also in attendance. The mission of the bus tour is to help inform citizens in key states and communities across America. Due to controversial political decisions, and perhaps a sign of the times, North Carolina has emerged as a key battleground state as conservative and liberal candidates try to appeal to the core values of Tar Heel voters.
http://jeffersonpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_BusTour.jpg(Jesse Campbell|Jefferson Post) En route to stops in all 100 North Carolina counties, the Voters Values Bus made a scheduled stop at the Ashe GOP office in Jefferson Monday afternoon in an attempt by organizers to “get out the vote.” Along with several well-known Ashe County GOP members, Rep. Jonathan Jordan was also in attendance. The mission of the bus tour is to help inform citizens in key states and communities across America. Due to controversial political decisions, and perhaps a sign of the times, North Carolina has emerged as a key battleground state as conservative and liberal candidates try to appeal to the core values of Tar Heel voters.

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