Moog Music is circulating a form letter it is urging supporters to sign and send to elected officials.
Also, a $3 billion plan by Gov. Pat McCrory to use bonds to pay for road and infrastructure improvements could be on the ballot for referendum this fall.
A quick look at what's been happening on the local, state and national political scene.
Also, what happened to truck out front of Pack's Tavern, a new plan for a South Slope residential development and more.
The N.C. General Assembly gets back to work, U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry moves up on an influential committe, Hagan heads to Harvard, more.
Also, N.C. Rep. Mark Meadows votes against Boehner for speaker, and might Heath Shuler launch a run for U.S. Senate in the Tar Heel state?
Also, N.C. Sen. Terry Van Duyn is elected minority whip, and more.
Also, speculation continues to mount that Republicans could shift course and expand Medicaid for North Carolina.
Also, it's "triage mode" at the Asheville Police Department.
One result of the upsets: Asheville's unlikely to see the wave of legislation targeting local government specifically.
On a night that saw Republicans score big wins in races across the Tar Heel state and around the country, Democrats around Asheville had reason to celebrate.
It's down to the wire between Ager and Ramsey; reports on Merrell-Frost and McHenry-McQueen debates; and more.
Also, Democratic challenger Brian Turner and N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt are going fighting it out with a week to go until Election Day.
Also, the race between N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt and challenger Brian Turner is coming down to the wire.
Also, it's been hard to miss U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows of Western North Carolina - he's been all over cable news recently.
Also, more on the Hagan vs. Tillis battle for North Carolina's U.S. Senate seat.
Also, there's a new set of guidelines for being named North Carolina's poet laureate.
Also, there's a big fracking forum today, and Sen. Kay Hagan and N.C. Speaker Thom Tillis had their first debate.
Also, Parking-gate update, the Klingon candidate returns, and more.
Also, today is Moral Monday in downtown Asheville.
Also, Turner touts his cash and Meadows farms for dollars.
Also, a showdown in the short session of the North Caorlina General Assembly, and more.
Also, Burr gets bashed for bashing leaders of veterans groups.
Also, McCrory makes the New York Times, film industry incentives get pared back, and more.
Also, an ethics complaint filed N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt has been dismissed, and more.
Buncombe county's incumbent district attorney, and an incumbent county commissioner, get the boot, while Tillis outlasts foes, and more.
Republican candidates seeking to challenge U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan are duking it out, while Democrats battle to challenge U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows.
Also, countdown to the end of the Republican Party primary fracas for U.S. Senate in North Carolina.
Also, a look back at the 2012 redistricting in North Carolina.
In other news, the Senate horses are at the gate and Thom Tillis has a new political ad.
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, U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows says President Obama "has declared war, and not just on Congress but the American people."
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.