Harkin is an Irish surname, from the Gaelic Ó hEarcáin. It may refer to:

  • Bryan Harkin (born 1980), Northern Irish footballer
  • Fergal Harkin (born 1976), Irish footballer
  • James B. Harkin (1875–1955), Canadian commissioner for national parks
  • Janet Quin-Harkin, author
  • Marian Harkin (born 1953), Irish politician
  • Michael E. Harkin (born 1958), U.S. anthropologist
  • Mikko Härkin (born 1979), Finnish musician
  • Mo Harkin (born 1979), footballer
  • Ruairí Harkin (born 1989), footballer
  • Ruth Harkin (born 1944), U.S. lawyer; wife of Tom Harkin
  • Terry Harkin (born 1941), Northern Irish footballer
  • Tom Harkin (born 1939), U.S. politician
  • William Harkin (1831–1881), Canadian doctor and politician

Other articles related to "harkin":

Ruth Harkin
... Ruth Harkin (born 1944) is the wife of United States Senator Tom Harkin and a member of the Iowa Board of Regents, the body responsible for overseeing the state's public universities ... A Minnesota native, she married Senator Harkin in 1968 and has two daughters, Amy, born in 1976, and Jenny, born in 1981 ... Harkin is an attorney and was one of the first women in the United States to be elected as a prosecutor when, in 1972, she was elected to the office of county ...
Sandy Greiner - Comeback
... Senator Tom Harkin ... to bribes paid by private interests before Senator Harkin ... The Harkin Institute officially opened that November ...
Fergal Harkin - Retirement
... In August 2007 Fergal Harkin announced he would be retiring at the end of the season, citing his recurring knee injury which left him in agony up to 24 hours after each game ... To commemorate the event, Harkin was captain for the night, and after the game a fans tribute was held, with specially designed flags and a plaque in honour of his loyal service ... In January 2008 Harkin made a goalscoring debut for Northern League Division One club Dunston Federation F.C ...
Christopher Reed - Controversies
... On October 23, Reed and Senator Harkin met for a debate on Iowa Public Television ... During the debate, Reed made personal attacks on Harkin, accusing him of being the "Tokyo Rose of Al-Qaeda and Middle East terrorism" and calling him "anti-American" and alleging ... After the debate, both Harkin and moderator David Yepsen chastised Reed for the attacks ...