Also, countdown to the end of the Republican Party primary fracas for U.S. Senate in North Carolina.
Also, there's a Buncombe County district attorney debate today, U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan visited Asheville recently, and more.
The 28th Judicial District Bar is sponsoring the debate.
Also, a look back at the 2012 redistricting in North Carolina.
Terry Van Duyn emerged victorious after three rounds of voting by a group of about 150 Buncombe County Democrats who picked her to replace the late N.C. Sen. Martin Nesbitt.
Moffitt denies his election challenger's allegations that he offered to help Turner get a job at UNC-TV if he dropped out of the race.
Democrats will meet tonight to choose who will fill the seat left open by the recent death of N.C. Sen. Martin Nesbitt.
Also, Republicans running for North Carolina's U.S. Senate seat begin to scrap.
There are now five Democrats seeking the seat.
Michelle Pace Wood is now one of four candidates running for the seat left open by the recent death of Sen. Martin Nesbitt.
UPDATE: Buncombe County Commissioner Holly Jones has thrown her support behind Gunter.
Also, N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt of Buncombe County and his challenger, Brian Turner, make headlines across the state.
Turner says he'll file complaints with the state ethics and elections boards in the wake of growing controversy over a conversation he had with Moffitt.
The executive committee of the Buncombe County Democratic party will meet April 3 to pick a successor.
Following the lead of Ashvegas, other media outlets take note of controversial meeting between the two candidates.
News of Sen. Martin Nesbitt's death last week set off behind-the-scenes discussions about his replacement.
In other news, the Senate horses are at the gate and Thom Tillis has a new political ad.
Nesbitt's funeral is set for Tuesday at Biltmore Baptist Church.
N.C. Sen. Martin Nesbitt has represented Asheville-area residents for three decades in the state House and Senate.
Also, U.S. Sen. Kaye Hagan walks out on her own press conference and fallout from coal ash controversy continues.
Also, Tillis is ready to debate, Buncombe commissioners are not ready to talk Moogfest incentives, and more.
Also, the river of money flowing into this year's N.C. Senate race keeps widening.
Also, N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper gears up for gubernatorial run and U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry champions crowdfunding.
Also, Thom Tillis, North Carolina's speaker of the House, ready to investigate Obamacare.
Also, Buncombe County Commissioners approve $40.5 million plan for Asheville Middle School.
Also, Buncombe County commissioners approved $1.2 million in grants to manufacturer Jacob Holms Industries.
Also, the latest on the race for North Carolina's U.S. Senate seat held by Kay Hagan.
This will be another hot race in 2014 if Ager jumps in. It will pit farmer vs. farmer, Fairview neighbor vs. neighbor.
U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows votes no on a bipartisan budget deal, there's an increasing national focus on U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan's re-election bid, more.
Turner, a former assistant vice chancellor at UNC Asheville, is running in House District 116.
A quick look at the week in political news in Asheville and around the state.
A 48-page political insert into the Citizen-Times last week was paid for by a company owned by Republican Rep. Tim Moffitt, but it wasn't labeled as such.
Reviewing the political landscape of the past week.
The Citizen-Times says its policies for paid and political advertising are under immediate review.
A look at the past week in local and North Carolina politics.
The changing role of cities, and shifting political tides, have Asheville poised for new success, says Esther Manheimer, Asheville's newly elected mayor.
Brian Turner, a UNC Asheville vice chancellor, resigned his job this week as he prepares to challenge N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt next year.
With Raleigh lawmakers holding Asheville by the balls and running the city from the statehouse, the real election is next year.
Is Don Yelton a racist? Watch The Daily Show episode, read the reaction, and you be the judge
Meadows tells CNN his top priority is stopping ObamaCare.
McHenry represents the North Carolina 10th congressional district, which includes most of Asheville.
That's $60,000 of taxpayers' money lining the pocket of another politician-turned-lobbyist.
But it's not over yet.
James Taylor surprised volunteers at the Asheville HQ for the Obama campaign on the day Mitt Romney visited.
The politician responds to a controversial proposed billboard Jones describes as bullying.
Mike Huckabee and Ronnie Millsap to join Romney for 5:30 p.m. rally. Info here on how and where to get a ticket.
A group plans to protest the event by flying a plane towing a banner over Biltmore Village.