Sunday, October 30, 2011

Citizens Against Politics As Usual Urges NC Voters to Go Independent

  • Let's start by reforming Congress (Blue Ridge Now Times News) The desire for reform is evident here and across the nation. Several hundred residents attended three meetings Wednesday of a Hendersonville group calling itself Citizens Against Politics As Usual. Times-News columnist Mike Tower and Lee Goldman, a Henderson County resident and former Times-News columnist who now writes for the Asheville Citizen-Times, organized the meetings. They urged those who attended to register as unaffiliated voters and step away from “partisan political dialogue.”
  • Citizens organize, seek solutions to ‘mess in Washington' (By Jessica Goodman, Times-News Staff Writer) Mike Tower took an unofficial poll Wednesday at the Citizens Against Politics As Usual meeting. The crowd of 165 shared their political affiliations, with most identifying themselves as unaffiliated.

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