We are Progressives in Henderson County who are advocating for issues we believe in. We are a merger of four groups - Progressive Women of Hendersonville, Progressive Organized Women, Hendersonville Huddle, and the Silent Vigil for Immigration Reform. Our values include education, communication and fairness.

Postcard Parties

Postcard Parties will be VIRTUAL until further notice.  

Postcard Parties will PERSIST – but they may not be “in-person” at Oklawaha Brewing Company.  We will post weekly suggestion sheets on our FB page and website.  

You can download addresses for our legislators and cabinet members.


We’ll try to track the number of cards sent.  PLEASE LET US KNOW HOW MANY POSTCARDS YOU ARE WRITING. via our website contact form.


Need a small supply of our themed postcards? We'll try to work that out for you. Postage and pre-stamped plain postcards are available via USPS.com.


Informed Progressive series

On Wednesday, January 13 at 2:00, we will feature a presentation on the For the People Act.  If passed, the For the People Act would:

  • Drive big money out of politics

  • Restore voting rights and offer new protections for voters

  • End gerrymandering so that electoral districts are fairly drawn

  • Hold government officials accountable with new ethics standards


Please click on this link to join the meeting: 
Meeting ID: 840 6668 5634
Passcode: 368543

​See complete schedule of speakers on the Calendar.


Silent Vigil For Immigration Reform

The Silent Vigil for Immigration Reform is on the third Friday of the month, in front of the Historic Courthouse.  The Vigil begins at 4 pm and ends at 4:30 pm.  We have signs for bring your own.


Immigration reform and releasing children from camps with or without their parents is a very important issue right now.  Please join us to express your support for compassionate immigration reform.



Throughout the month, leading up to the election, The Progressive Alliance has been holding "Save Our Democracy" rallies to encourage people to get out and vote.


September 25


Members of PAHC were at the corners of 6th Avenue E. and N. King Street in Hendersonville to stage a Save our Democracy Rally. WLOS, local television station, was there to report on the event. They captured some great images, wrote a favorable article, and recorded a couple of our members in a video. (https://wlos.com/news/local/henderson-county-political-group-encourages-people-to-get-out-and-vote


El Centro

Thanks to many of you who have helped with stamps cash, and time to aid El Centro with Get Out The Vote mailers to the Latinx community. The postcards arrived on Monday the 14th and 3,000 were ready to go three days later.

We came together as a  community and hopefully many Latinx voters will register and vote within the next  month.

Thank You!.


August 12, 2020

We held a virtual Informed Progressive meeting with Judge Mack McKeller as our featured speaker. Mack is District Court Judge for District 29B (Henderson, Transylvania, and Polk Counties). He spoke on the role of the district court in our area and how a district court judge impacts the community.

Progressive Alliance of Henderson County

P.O. Box 192

Mountain Home, NC   28758


© 2019-2021 by Progressive Alliance of Henderson County

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram Social Icon