It's a notoriously difficult district for Democrats, who haven't held it since Heath Shuler.
Woodsmall says he's all-in for another go, prepared for the 2020 Democratic primary in a way that he wasn't quite prepared in 2018.
I especially appreciate the write-up Woodsmall got from college student Eric Perless which promises that Woodsmall will do more retail, one-on-one groundwork in the 11th District this time, and he's out early enough to gather a good team of volunteers to knock those doors and make those calls.
And what a big, fat, juicy target incumbent Congressman Mark Meadows presents! Master of the government shutdown, toady to Trump, lover of tax cuts for the rich -- Meadows has by now a lengthy record of couldn't-care-less about rural people, including opposition to the Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018.