Running for Liberty

“Fifty percent of voters live in 15 of NC’s counties. Many of the other counties pretty much get ignored. I hope to get to chat with lots of folks around the state and share libertarian solutions. I’ll also be listening to what North Carolinians have to say.”Barbara Howe

Completed counties as of October 19th.

Barbara has committed to visiting all 100 counties in North Carolina and making a 5k run (3.1 miles) in each. After each run is completed, you can view the route and info at SportyPal.com by clicking on the county name.

Stay tuned for the date for your county and join Barbara for an invigorating, healthy alternative to politics as usual. All routes are TBD, so call or text (919) 475-2371 to find out where to meet. Tentative schedule below is subject to change.

 

 

 

 

Barbara Howe for North Carolina Governor, Barbara Howe, Granville County 5K

Barbara’s route in her home county, Granville

  1. Granville, May 26
  2. Person, May 27
  3. Harnett, May 28
  4. Cherokee, May 30
  5. Clay, May 31
  6. Macon, May 31
  7. Graham, June 1
  8. Swain, June 1
  9. Jackson, June 2
  10. Transylvania, June 2
  11. Haywood, June 3
  12. Lee, June 5
  13. Warren,
    June 6 (Celebrating National Running Day)
  14. Caswell, June 7
  15. Chatham, June 8
  16. Franklin, June 10
  17. Scotland, June 11
  18. Richmond, June 12
  19. Hoke, June 12
  20. Johnston, June 14
  21. Currituck, June 15
  22. Pasquotank, June 16
  23. Camden, June 16
  24. Perquimans, June 17
  25. Gates, June 17
  26. Chowan, June 18
  27. Bertie, June 18
  28. Northampton, June 19
  29. Vance, June 23
  30. Wilkes, June 25
  31. Mitchell, June 26
  32. Avery, June 26
  33. Watauga, June 27
  34. Ashe, June 27
  35. Moore, July 1
  36. Brunswick, July 5

    Barbara Howe for North Carolina Governor, Brunswick County

    Southport, Brunswick County

  37. Columbus, July 6
  38. Pender, July 6
  39. Robeson, July 7 (Lumbee Homecoming 5K)
  40. Bladen, July 7
  41. Sampson, July 8
  42. Duplin, July 8
  43. Dare, July 10
  44. Hyde, July 11
  45. Tyrrell, July 11
  46. Washington, July 12
  47. Beaufort, July 12
  48. Martin, July 13
  49. Edgecombe, July 13
  50. Mecklenburg, July 21 (with Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson)
  51. Nash, July 31
  52. Wilson, July 31
  53. Hertford, August 4 (Watermelon Festival 5K)
  54. Halifax, August 4
  55. Polk, August 7
  56. Henderson, August 8
  57. Buncombe, August 8
  58. Madison, August 9
  59. Yancey, August 9
  60. Alleghany, August 12
  61. Surry, August 13
  62. Yadkin, August 13
  63. Stokes, August 14
  64. Rockingham, August 14
  65. Forsyth, August 15
  66. Gaston, August 22
  67. Lincoln, August 22
  68. Cabarrus, August 23
  69. Stanley, August 23
  70. Anson, August 24
  71. Union, August 24
  72. Rowan, August 25
  73. Montgomery, August 31
  74. Davie, September 4
  75. Iredell, September 5
  76. Cleveland, September 5
  77. Rutherford, September 6
  78. Burke, September 10
  79. McDowell, September 11
  80. Caldwell, September 11
  81. Alexander, September 12
  82. Catawba, September 12
  83. Randolph, September 15 (Run Wild 5K)
  84. Davidson, September 19
  85. Wayne, September 22
  86. Jones, September 28
  87. Carteret, September 29
  88. Onslow, September 29
  89. Pamlico, September 30
  90. Craven, September 30
  91. Lenoir, October 1
  92. Greene, October 1
  93. New Hanover, October 6
  94. Guilford, October 15
  95. Cumberland, October 18
  96. Orange, October 22
  97. Alamance, October 26
  98. Pitt, TBA
  99. Durham, TBA
  100. Wake, November 4 (This final run was my Personal Best.)