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The Progressive Alliance of Henderson County is a merger of Progressive Women of Hendersonville, Progressive Organized Women, Hendersonville Huddle & the Silent Vigil for Immigration Reform, blending our energy and passion, working as one to strengthen our impact.

Postcard Parties

Join us with passionate friends and neighbors at our monthly post card party and social hour! This month we will be writing down our (Post) Primary Concerns and giving them a voice to the candidates who are now on the ballot in November. 

We'll also be sharing information about other democracy-focused groups like Red Wine & Blue, Better Angels WNC and more!

Join us on Friday, March 15th from 4:30-5:30 at Oklawaha (147 1st Ave E., Downtown Hendersonville). 

Also on Friday: sign up for GOTV campaign, help strategize plans and meet candidates we can be proud of.

We still have volunteers creating monthly suggestion sheets and we will supply postage.


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

Download addresses for our legislators


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.  We will next be meeting on Friday, March 15th. The Vigil begins at 4 pm and ends at 4:30 pm.  We have signs or 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.

February Postcard Party Recap


Last month we partnered with the Children & Family Resource Center to support their mission to create a just and equitable place for every child and family in Henderson County. We had a great turnout of over 40 people writing letters of support to young parents. We also wrote over 60 postcards to legislators on topics related to childcare and youth mental health. Thanks to everyone who joined us, and to the Children & Family Resource Center for your important work in our community!


We were joined by several candidates for office including Erik Weber for County Commissioner, Gina Baxter for City Council, Lynne Williams for City Council, and Mary Ellen Kustin for Henderson County Board of Education. 


Thanks to everyone who joined us. Let us know if you’d like to get involved in our GOTV campaign by emailing Neil Brown:

Progressive Alliance of Henderson County

The UPS Store
P.O. Box 318

638 Spartanburg Highway, STE 70
Hendersonville, NC 28792


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