One Team, One Mission

Help restore Democracy in North Carolina.

Fighting for the communities of Henderson County

The representatives in Raleigh have forgotten to whom they are supposed to serve.

Let us never forget that government is ourselves and not an alien power over us. The ultimate rulers of our democracy are not a President and senators and congressmen and government officials, but the voters of this country.
Franklin D. Roosevelt

There was an ethos in the army called the Soldier’s Creed, which all soldiers had to learn and live by. I continue to live by that creed today. What it means for the voters of NC-117 is this: I will serve my district and live by Western North Carolina Values. I will always place the needs of District 117 first, not the needs of Wall Street. I will never accept defeat on behalf of my constituents. I will never quit fighting for your needs. I am YOUR guardian of freedom and the Mountain way of life. I will be the representative who always has District 117’s back!

Joshua Michael Remillard


NC District 117 has been identified as being the key to turning the seats in the house.

I will fight for you and with your contribution, we can restore Democracy to North Carolina.

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Latest News & Blogs

WNC Democratic Breakfast & Dinner Gala

A wonderfully informative evening with North Carolina's top Democrats!

Democrat Breakfast, Farm to City Fest & Suicide Awareness

This weekend was jam packed with a lot of community activities.

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Blue Ridge Pride Fest

Asheville's Blue Ridge Pride Festival celebrated the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community.

Campaign Kick Off Party

Campaing Kick Off Party held at Guidon Brewery on September 24th, 2019.

WNC 32nd Annual Big Sweep

The City of Hendersonville's 32nd Annual WNC Big Sweep River Clean Up. This event, taking place on September 21, is the area’s largest single-day river, stream and roadside cleanup involving local governments and organizations from across the region. The City of Hendersonville is focusing efforts on the Mud Creek where we paddled downstream cleaning up trash.

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