Charlie Earl

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Charlie Earl
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Candidate for
Governor of Ohio
Prior offices
Ohio House of Representatives
High schoolMohawk High School
Bachelor'sCollege of Wooster
Master'sBowling Green State University
Place of birthFostoria, Ohio
ProfessionCEO, CommunicationsConnections
ReligionChurch of Christ
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Charlie Earl was a Libertarian candidate for Governor of Ohio in the 2014 elections.[1]

Earl previously served in the Ohio House of Representatives from 1981-1985 and unsuccessfully ran for Ohio Secretary of State in 2010.


Earl has long worked as a radio broadcaster, including serving as Farm Director for WFIN, and has been a television newscaster. Additionally, Earl has managed and owned commercial radio properties and taught advertising and mass communication courses at Bowling Green State University, Ohio Northern University and Delaware County Community College.[2]


  • BA, English, College of Wooster
  • MA, Mass Communication, Bowling Green State University



See also: Ohio gubernatorial election, 2014

Earl ran for election as Governor of Ohio. Earl sought the Libertarian nomination in the primary. The general election took place November 4, 2014.

When asked why he was running, Earl stated, "Because I am not intimidated by the electoral process, I believe I am best equipped to carry the message of personal liberty and responsible constitutional government for the people of Ohio. I care too much for my native state to stand by and watch its great potential squandered by a collection of career politicians."[3]

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