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November 2022 election: Asheville City Council candidate guide

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Following a field of 11 City Council candidates in the May 2022 primary, Asheville voters will select three this November. The top six candidates who advanced include (listed in order of most votes received): Maggie Ullman Berthiaume, Sheneika Smith, Antanette Mosley, Allison Scott, Nina Tovish, and Andrew Fletcher. Smith and Mosley are the only incumbents on the ballot.

BPR's candidate questionnaire was initially created for the Spring primary after asking community members to share their questions and what issues matter most to them and their communities. BPR offered candidates the opportunity to respond to three additional questions this Fall.

The candidates' responses have not been edited or fact checked by BPR. They are listed here in alphabetical order.

Maggie Ullman Berthiaume

Andrew Fletcher

Antanette Mosley

Allison Scott

Sheneika E. Smith

Nina Tovish

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