27.10.2010 by admin BarbaraHowe 1962-1966. Jennifer Jamie 1991-1995. Mike Oberhuber 1968-1972. Patty Chambers 1979-1983. Bruce Davis 1966-1970. Jennifer Austin 1993-1997. Jean Borchardt 1956-1960. Jason Lima 1989-1993. Shane Tiffany 1990-1994 ...
14.11.2012 [Cincinnati.com] - MONROE — Someone has information that can help investigators fill “gaps in the timeline” of what happened to BarbaraHowe, 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 BarbaraHowe 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 [The Republic] - OXFORD, N.C. — Three-time Libertarian governor candidate BarbaraHowe says she will not make another run at the office. The Daily Dispatch of Henderson reports that Howe said she shouldn't run again. Howe collected more than 95,000 votes in
15.11.2012 [WLWT Cincinnati] - Police are seeking more information in the killing of BarbaraHowe. 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 BarbaraHowe 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
05.11.2012 [Artvoice (blog)] - Brian Higgins, Tim Kennedy, Dennis Gabryzak, Mickey Kearns, Judge BarbaraHowe, David Shenk and every other manner of politician were seen and heard. The Joes Crangle, older and younger, were warmly received by an enthusiastic overflow crowd.
09.11.2012 [Stanly News & Press] - Libertarian BarbaraHowe received 95,091 votes (2.13 percent) In Stanly County, McCrory easily won by a margin of 21,278 (75.21 percent) to 6,621 (23.40). Howe received 391 votes (1.38 percent). “If we all exceed our potential, North Carolina will be
08.11.2012 [Hammer of Truth] - In North Carolina, the LP has ballot access through 2016 because gubernatorial candidate BarbaraHowe 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] - BarbaraHowe, 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] - BarbaraHowe 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 BarbaraHowe 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
07.11.2012 [News Channel 7] - Libertarian BarbaraHowe had less than 2 percent. McCrory is the former Charlotte mayor who ran unsuccessfully against Democrat Beverly Perdue in 2008. Perdue didn't seek re-election this year, setting the stage for McCrory. McCrory benefited from a
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 BarbaraHowe, and lieutenant governor with Democrat Linda D. Coleman and
30.10.2012 [HispanicBusiness.com] - North Carolina governor: Republican Pat McCroy, Democrat Walter Dalton and Libertarian BarbaraHowe. -- N.C. House District 46: incumbent Republican G. L. Pridgen faces opposition from Democrat Ken Waddell. -- N.C. Senate District 8: incumbent
01.11.2012 [Tryon Daily Bulletin] - Walter Dalton (D), BarbaraHowe (L) and Pat McCrory (R) are running for N.C. governor; Linda Coleman (D) and Dan Forest (R) are running for lieutenant governor; Beth Wood (D) and Debra Goldman (R) are running for N.C. auditor and Walter Smith (D) and
03.11.2012 [New Bern Sun Journal] - North Carolina state offices on the ballot include candidates for governor Walter H. Dalton – Democrat, Pat McCrory – Republican, and BarbaraHowe – Libertarian; lieutenant governor Linda D. Coleman – Democrat and Dan Forest – Republican; uncontested
18.10.2012 [Tonawanda News] - Judge BarbaraHowe. “We just look for someone who is something different, something unusual,” said TreAnn Thom, club recording secretary. “It really does run the gamut of everything.” Furminger said that today's Culture Club has 22 active members.
31.10.2012 [NBC17.com] - Republican Pat McCrory has been ahead of other candidates since Labor Day by at least 10 points and is currently at 50 percent in front of Democrat Walter Dalton (39 percent) and Libertarian BarbaraHowe (4 percent). McCrory is winning over 24 percent
11.10.2010 by maxknee of SpectraSports) and BarbaraHowe (the current US masters national champion) and her family at Scot and Julie Herrmann's house who are active on one of the biggest cycling teams in Ohio, Michelob Ultra Cycling. ...
08.10.2010 by chriscassidy Competitors among the women include Laura Van Gilder, Dee Dee Winfield, Arley Kemmerer, Mo Bruno-Roy, BarbaraHowe, Kristin Gavin and Nicole Borem. Katie Compton, who will try to win her 45th UCI international race this weekend, ...
19.09.2010 by Scatman 6, Devon Haskell (USA) Bike Station Aptos, 0:01:31. 7, Wendy Williams (USA) River City Bicycles, 0:01:42. 8, Kari Studley (USA) Redline, 0:01:52. 9, Alice Pennington (USA) Team S&M, 0:01:58. 10, BarbaraHowe (USA) Ibis And The Danger ...
22.06.2010 by Art Pedroza BarbaraHowe, North Carolina Richard Ames, North Dakota Kevin Knedler, Ohio and LNC Representative Angelia O'Dell, Oklahoma Jeff Weston, Oregon Mik Robertson, Pennsylvania David Bibeault, Rhode Island Michael Carmany, South Carolina ...