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Get out the Vote – 2020

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We are closing at noon to get out and vote.

Ensuring access to the voting booth, especially for women of color, is an important part of the YWCA of Asheville’s commitment to eliminating racism and empowering women. Our staff is comprised of 40% people of color and 86% women. With all this in mind, we have chosen to close the building at noon on Nov. 3rd, the day of the General Election, in solidarity with our mission. We encourage our staff and our broader community to take this half-day off as an opportunity to exercise their civic rights. Use the time to go vote or volunteer, read a book about the voting process to your child, call your friends and family and remind them to vote, maybe give a ride to the polls to a neighbor or friend, your choice.

Your voice. Your vote. Your future.


Need a ride to early voting?
Click here to sign-up



If you are already registered, fill out a pledge that you will be voting and share with 3 friends here.

Absentee ballot deadlines
Info regarding absentee ballots

Request: Received by Oct. 27
Return by Mail: Postmarked by Nov. 3
Return in person: Nov. 3 by 5:00 p.m.

Early voting is Oct. 15 – Oct. 31, Asheville locations are listed below
Early voting lookup for all counties. 

– Civic Center
– The Wesley Grant Center
– The Asheville Mall
– The Outlet Mall
– West Asheville Community Center
– Reynolds Village

Link to get a sample ballot
Nonpartisan candidate guide
Volunteer info
Link for Poll Worker Volunteer info


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