Running for NC Senate

It’s a new election year. I decided to tackle a new office this time around, so I will be updating this site to my new campaign for NC Senate District 20.

Many of the issues remain the same, so I will not be deleting the previous content from the 2012 gubernatorial race, but I look forward to adding new information as we move toward Election Day.

 

Pardon the Wilmington Ten

Pardon the Wilmington Ten

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 31 2012 – Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate urges Perdue to Grant Wilmington Ten Pardon of Innocence Barbara Howe, Libertarian Party nominee for North Carolina Governor, has announced her support for a pardon of innocence for the group known as the Wilmington Ten. The Ten were convicted in 1972 of arson and conspiracy,Continue Reading

Endorsement from Muslim American Public Affairs Council

Endorsement from Muslim American Public Affairs Council

Barbara has received an endorsement from the Muslim American Public Affairs Council (MAPAC). The campaign was informed via email that the MAPAC sent out an endorsement to all of its members in time for early voting.Continue Reading

Taxpayer Choice Scholarship Plan: Competition Improves Everything

Taxpayer Choice Scholarship Plan: Competition Improves Everything

Education is far too important for parents to leave in the hands of politicians and bureaucrats. While I want to assume that most of the elected officials in Raleigh have children’s best interest at heart, a centralized education system cannot possibly meet the diverse needs of the children in North Carolina. A Vision I haveContinue Reading

Help the Campaign from Home

Help the Campaign from Home

A Message from the NC Libertarian Party The Libertarian Party is one of three official parties recognized by the state of North Carolina.   A political party receives this distinction when they file a petition with signatures (somewhere near 100,000 are required) or if their candidate for Governor or President receives 2% of the vote inContinue Reading

Forum on LGBT Issues Hosted by Libertarian Party of Mecklenburg County

Forum on LGBT Issues Hosted by Libertarian Party of Mecklenburg County

Libertarian Party of Mecklenburg County to Hold Forum on LGBT Issues Charlotte, NC – On Tuesday August 21st, in honor of “Pride Week”, The Libertarian Party of Mecklenburg County (LPMeck) will hold a forum addressing LGBT issues in North Carolina. A special guest panel has been invited to weigh in on these issues and holdContinue Reading

Running (July 7th – 13th)

Running (July 7th – 13th)

The following are the week’s 5K recaps from the Howe for Governor Facebook page. To view Barbara’s Running for Liberty progress, check out her SportyPal profile.   Saturday, July 7th Robeson County My Robeson County run this morning was in an actual organized 5K known as the Lumbee Homecoming 5K. I was 5th out ofContinue Reading

Update: LP Party of NC – Dinner with Gary Johnson / Meet the Candidates Events

Update: LP Party of NC – Dinner with Gary Johnson / Meet the Candidates Events

Libertarian Party presidential candidate Governor Gary Johnson will be coming to Charlotte, North Carolina on July 21st, and the Libertarian Party of North Carolina has several events scheduled with Gov. Johnson and Barbara Howe. More information about the events and how to reserve your spot can be found here. Even if you cannot make itContinue Reading

Public Policy Polling – Howe at 9%

Public Policy Polling – Howe at 9%

After finally deigning to include her, Public Policy Polling has Barbara Howe garnering 9% of the vote for North Carolina governor in their latest poll. Interestingly, PPP seems to consider Libertarian Howe as “rightleaning”, which is in contradiction with her stances on many issues. Howe is against the death penalty and Amendment One, pro-medical marijuana, etc. – notContinue Reading

Update on Mecklenburg County 5K

Update on Mecklenburg County 5K

Libertarian Party presidential candidate Governor Gary Johnson will be coming to Charlotte, North Carolina on July 21st and joining Barbara for her Mecklenburg County 5K. More details will become available as the day approaches, but here is the schedule thus far:   8:30 am Event: 5K (entry fee to be announced) Location: The Park, 13801 Reese Blvd.,Continue Reading