was the Libertarian candidate for Governor of North Carolina in the 2012 election against Pat McCrory and Walter Dalton. She is a former chair of the Libertarian Party of North Carolina and is a three-time gubernatorial candidate.
14.11.2012 [Cincinnati.com] - MONROE — Someone has information that can help investigators fill “gaps in the timeline” of what happened to Barbara Howe, the elderly woman who was found dead in the trunk of her car, said police Lt. Brian Curlis. The investigation is centering on
14.11.2012 [abc11.com] - Libertarian Barbara Howe had less than 2 percent. Both candidates took the podium around the same time Tuesday night. Though McCrory was the one to give a victory speech, he also gave a pep talk. "What we need to do as individuals is make sure we all
09.11.2012 [Dayton Daily News] - After two of Barbara Howe's daughters painted a picture of what it was like being raised in Middletown, the Rev. Tim Doty addressed her “incomprehensible loss” and the anger and fear it generated throughout the community. Howe, 87, a Mount Pleasant
The 2012 North Carolina gubernatorial election took place on November 6, 2012, concurrently ... Walter H. Dalton, the Republican nominee was former Mayor of Charlotte Pat McCrory and the Libertarian nominee was Barbara Howe.
15.11.2012 [WLWT Cincinnati] - Police are seeking more information in the killing of Barbara Howe. They have asked anyone who may have seen a person walking or hitchhiking in the Woodridge East Apartment area in Middletown on Monday morning, October 29 to call the Monroe Police
14.11.2012 [The Daily Tar Heel] - Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Barbara Howe received slightly more than 2 percent of the vote, barely crossing the threshold of necessary votes to allow the party to remain on the ballot for the next four years. Republican Pat McCrory won the race
30.10.2012 [Duke Chronicle] - When I called Libertarian N.C. gubernatorial candidate Barbara Howe for an interview, she was on her way back from completing a 5K in the tiny county of Jones, having sworn to run the equivalent of three miles in every state county before the election.
08.11.2012 [Hammer of Truth] - In North Carolina, the LP has ballot access through 2016 because gubernatorial candidate Barbara Howe got at least 2% of the vote. In Utah, the LP retains ballot access for House candidates because US Senate candidate Shaun McCausland got at least 2%
22.10.2012 [Fayetteville Observer] - Barbara Howe, the Libertarian candidate in the North Carolina governor's race, ran a 5k in Fayetteville on Thursday - starting and ending at the Market House - to help raise awareness of her campaign. Howe, a 59 year-old homemaker from Oxford, is
11.11.2012 [Thetribunepapers] - Barbara Howe collected over 2 percent of the vote in the gubernatorial race. This is significant to Libertarians in that if no major candidate passed the 2 percent threshold, the party would be decertified, forcing activists to petition for signatures
31.10.2012 [The Weekly Post] - Democrat Walter H. Dalton, Republican Pat McCrory, and Libertarian Barbara Howe are up for the vote for N.C. Governor. Running for N.C. Lieutenant Governor are Democrat Linda D. Coleman and Republican Dan Forest. Democrat Roy Cooper is running
01.11.2012 [Havelock News] - Beyond the race for president, this year's ballot features an election for North Carolina governor with Democrat Walter H. Dalton, Republican Pat McCrory and Libertarian Barbara Howe, and lieutenant governor with Democrat Linda D. Coleman and