Radio Interview on WTZQ

Radio Interview on WTZQ

Phillip was interviewed for broadcast on WTZQ  radio recently.  He used the opportunity to introduce himself and his progressive platform to thousands of listeners. Click here to Listen:  Phillip WTZQ Interview

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Kudos From Sustainable Politician Project

Kudos From Sustainable Politician Project

Phillip Price, small businessman from Nebo and Democratic candidate for North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District, has been known to talk the talk when it comes to the district’s environmental issues. But now there is objective third-party evidence that Price actually walks the walk too. Last week the Sustainable Politician Project (sustainablepoliticianproject.com) recommended Phillip Price as the candidate most dedicated to environmental concerns in the 11th…

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Gun Sense Candidate Distinction

Gun Sense Candidate Distinction

Democratic candidate for the 11th Congressional District Phillip Price recently received the Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate distinction.  Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, a grassroots movement formed following the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, is part of Everytown for Gun Safety, the largest gun violence prevention organization in the country with more than four million supporters. According to their website, “Moms…

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Great Group at Mars Hill Library

Great Group at Mars Hill Library

In a “Listening Session” at Mars Hill Public Library on Thursday evening, more than two dozen people turned out to meet Phillip and offer their ideas for a successful campaign.  Their ideas, it turns out, were often in line with Phillip’s campaign platform, which focuses on health care, the environment, education and other topics important to WNC voters. Given the recent upsurge in national and…

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Solutions Offered at Jackson County Forum

Solutions Offered at Jackson County Forum

Before a crowd of 75 voters Tuesday night at the Jackson County Library in Sylva, Phillip outlined his solutions to issues confronting 11th District voters.  Some questions came from the Indivisible Common Ground forum organizers and some questions came from the audience, but all focused on deeply held voter concerns. Phillip responded to the inevitable question on healthcare by noting his status as an ACA recipient,…

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WNC Students Attentive to Issues

WNC Students Attentive to Issues

Speaking to WNC students in Cullowhee, Thursday, May 22, Phillip drove home issues these young registered voters care deeply about.  Affordable higher education drew nods of approval as Phillip talked about his plan for tuition-free higher education and how to pay for it.  A large number of students responded knowingly as he talked about the burden of leaving college with significant debt. These environmentally conscious…

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Great Day in Hayesville

Great Day in Hayesville

Hayesville in beautiful Clay County turned out to be a great place for a Phillip Price Listening Session.  Some two dozen people turned out at the Valley River Brewery for two hours to share their ideas for improving Western North Carolina with Phillip. Several members of the Public Policy Network attended to voice their concerns about the impact of decisions in Washington on health care,…

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Phillip Supports Poor People’s Campaign

Phillip Supports Poor People’s Campaign

Phillip attended the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival forum at the Folkmoot Center in Haywood County on Monday, March 5.  He wanted to show his support for the campaign to end poverty, to exchange ideas with some of the local leaders from Down Home North Carolina, and to listen to all too common stories of working people struggling to get by….

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Campaigning in Cherokee County

Campaigning in Cherokee County

Phillip had a full day of campaigning Friday, Feb. 24,  in Cherokee County, with successful stops in Andrews and Murphy. In Andrews,  lunch with community leaders gave Phillip the opportunity to listen to their concerns about the way Republicans both in Raleigh and Washington have treated their far western county.  Decisions in both capitals have made attracting and keeping business difficult for these 11th District…

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Phillip Listened at Dunn’s Rock

Phillip Listened at Dunn’s Rock

Thursday, Feb. 22, at the cozy Dunn’s Rock Community Center, Phillip met with a group of vocal  voters.  Many topics were covered during and after Phillip’s brief platform presentation and among those were healthcare, Washington budget priorities, and the need not just for high speed internet in rural areas but better cell phone coverage as well. While telecoms are raking in record profits, many residents…

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