November 2, 2010 election results

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The chart below summarizes November 2 election results as results come in and reflect current position, not final results. For full details on the percentage of voters in support or opposition, see 2010 ballot measure election results.

November 2 election summary (real-time)
State Approved Defeated
Alabama
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Alaska ||
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Arkansas ||
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Colorado ||
Florida ||
Georgia ||
Hawaii ||
None
Idaho
None
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None
Illinois ||
None
Indiana ||
None
Iowa ||
Kansas ||
None
Louisiana ||
Maine ||
None
Maryland ||
None
Massachusetts ||
Michigan ||
Missouri
None
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None
Montana ||
Nebraska ||
Nevada
None
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New Mexico ||
New Jersey ||
None
North Carolina ||
None
North Dakota ||
Oklahoma ||
Oregon ||
Rhode Island ||
South Carolina ||
None
South Dakota ||
Tennessee ||
None
Utah ||
None
Vermont ||
None
Virginia ||
None
Washington ||

For more detailed results, see: State legislative elections results, 2010

Senate

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Democrats

Before election: 28

Predicted after election: 21
Actual Results: 20
Toss-up
6
Republicans

Before election: 20

Predicted after election: 22

Actual Results: 26
15 Safe or Not Up 3 3 6 2 4 16 Safe or Not Up


House

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Democrats

Before election: 32

Projected after election: 23

Actual Results: 19
Toss-up
5
Republicans

Before election: 16

Projected after election: 21

Actual Results: 29
13 Safe or Not Up 6 4 5 5 3 13 Safe or Not Up

Note: Oregon House is tied 30-30.



        Projected outcomes of gubernatorial electionsNovember 2, 2010 election results

2010 Gubernatorial Elections

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Democrats

Before election: 26

Projected after election: 19
Actual Results: 17
Independents

Before election: 0

Projected after election: 1
Actual Results: 1
Republicans

Before election: 24

Projected after election: 30
Actual Results: 29
9 Safe or Not Up 5 5 1 1 9 20 Safe or Not Up

Of the 37 seats that were in play, 24 were open; 15 of those were open due to term limits.

As of Tuesday, November 9th, Democrats have picked up the governorships in 5 states -- California, Connecticut, Illinois, Hawaii and Vermont

1 gubernatorial contest is still too close to call, in Minnesota.

The Republican Party had pick-ups in 12 states, including Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

See also: Partisan dominance of state attorney general positions, before and after November 2, 2010
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Democrats

Before election: 32

Projected after election: 25

Actual Results: 26
Toss-up
1
Republicans

Before election: 18

Projected after election: 24

Actual Results: 23
15 Safe or Not Up 8 2 1 7 8 9 Safe or Not Up



Results


[[Alabama Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[1]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Republican Party Approveda Luther Strange 58.8%
     Democratic Party James Anderson 41.1%
     Write-In 0.1%
Total Votes 1,476,075

[[Arizona Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[2]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Republican Party Approveda Tom Horne 51.9%
     Democratic Party Felecia Rotellini 48.1%
Total Votes 1,677,668

[[Arkansas Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[3]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Democratic Party Approveda Dustin McDaniel 72.8%
     Green Party Rebekah Kennedy 26.8%
     Write-In Marc Rosson 0.4%
Total Votes 722,814

[[California Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[4]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Democratic Party ApprovedaKamala D. Harris 46.1%
     Republican Party Steve Cooley 45.3%
     Green Party Peter Allen 2.7%
     Libertarian Party Timothy Hannan 2.6%
     American Independent Party Diane Templin 1.7%
     Peace and Freedom Party Robert J. Evans 1.6%
Total Votes 9,544,403

[[Colorado Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[5]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Republican Party Approveda John W. Suthers 56.4%
     Democratic Party Stan Garnett 43.7%
Total Votes 1,703,893

[[Connecticut Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[6]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Democratic Party Approveda George C. Jepsen 53.7%
     Republican Party Martha Dean 43.6%
     Green Party Stephen Fournier 2.7%
Total Votes 1,101,794

[[Delaware Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[7]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Democratic Party Approveda Joseph R. "Beau" Biden III 78.9%
     Independent Doug Campbell 21.1%
Total Votes 258,434

[[Florida Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[8]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Republican Party Approveda Pam Bondi 54.8%
     Democratic Party Dan Gelber 41.4%
     Independent Jim Lewis 3.8%
Total Votes 5,263,392

[[Georgia Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[9]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Republican Party Approveda Samuel S. Olens 52.9%
     Democratic Party Ken Hodges 43.6%
     Libertarian Party Don Smart 3.5%
Total Votes 2,551,722

[[Idaho Attorney General election, 2010|]]



[[Illinois Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[10]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Democratic Party Approveda Lisa Madigan 64.7%
     Republican Party Stephen H. Kim 31.6%
     Green Party David Black 2.2%
     Libertarian Party William Malan 1.5%
Total Votes 3,704,686

[[Iowa Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[11]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Democratic Party Approveda Tom Miller 55.5%
     Republican Party Brenna Findley 44.4%
     Write-In 0.1%
Total Votes 1,094,633

[[Kansas Attorney General election, 2010|]]


Kansas Attorney General, General Election, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngDerek Schmidt 54.9% 458,497
     Democratic Steve Six 41.9% 349,340
     Libertarian Dennis Hawver 3.2% 26,867
Total Votes 834,704
Election Results Via: Kansas Secretary of State

[[Maryland Attorney General election, 2010|]]


Maryland Attorney General, General Election, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngDoug Gansler Incumbent 98.2% 1,349,962
     Write-Ins Various 1.8% 25,033
Total Votes 1,374,995
Election Results Via: Maryland State Board of Elections

[[Massachusetts Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[12]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Democratic Party Approveda Martha Coakley 62.8%
     Republican Party James P. McKenna 37.2%
Total Votes 2,251,177

[[Michigan Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[13]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Republican Party Approveda Bill Schuette 52.3%
     Democratic Party David Leyton 43.5%
     Libertarian Party Daniel W. Grow 2.3%
     U.S. Taxpayers Gerald Van Sickle 1.9%
Total Votes 3,136,224

[[Minnesota Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[14]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Democratic Party Approveda Lori Swanson 52.9%
     Republican Party Chris Barden 41.3%
     Independent Bill Dahn 5.1%
     Resource Party David J. Hoch 0.7%
     Write-In 0.1%
Total Votes 2,033,087

[[Nebraska Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Republican Party Approveda Jon Bruning  %
Total Votes

[[Nevada Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[15]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Democratic Party Approveda Catherine Cortez Masto 52.8%
     Republican Party Travis Barrick 35.7%
     Independent American Party Joel F. Hansen 7.8%
     None of these candidates 3.7%
Total Votes 704,332

[[New Mexico Attorney General election, 2010|]]


2010 Race for Attorney General - General Election[16]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Democratic Party Approveda Gary King 53.7%
     Republican Party Matthew Chandler 46.3%
Total Votes 597,644

[[New York Attorney General election, 2010|]]


On November 2, 2010, Eric Schneiderman won election to the office of New York Attorney General. He defeated Dan Donovan (R), Carl Person (L) and Ramon Jimenez (Frdm) in the general election.

New York Attorney General, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngEric Schneiderman 55.8% 2,477,438
     Republican Dan Donovan 43% 1,909,525
     Libertarian Carl Person 0.8% 36,488
     FDM Ramon Jimenez 0.4% 18,028
Total Votes 4,441,479
Election Results Via: New York Board of Elections


[[North Dakota Attorney General election, 2010|]]


On November 2, 2010, Wayne Stenehjem won re-election to the office of North Dakota Attorney General. He defeated Jeanette Boechler (D) in the general election.

North Dakota Attorney General, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngWayne Stenehjem Incumbent 74.6% 175,627
     Democratic Jeanette Boechler 25.4% 59,781
     Write-In Various 0.1% 174
Total Votes 235,582
Election Results Via: North Dakota Secretary of State

[[Ohio Attorney General election, 2010|]]


Ohio Attorney General, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngMike DeWine 47.5% 1,821,414
     Democratic Richard Cordray (D) 46.3% 1,772,728
     Constitution Robert Owens 3.4% 130,065
     Libertarian Marc Feldman 2.8% 107,521
Total Votes 3,831,728
Election Results Via: Ohio Secretary of State

[[Oklahoma Attorney General election, 2010|]]


On November 2, 2010, Scott Pruitt won election to the office of Oklahoma Attorney General. He defeated Jim Priest (D) in the general election.

Oklahoma Attorney General, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngScott Pruitt 65.1% 666,407
     Democratic Jim Priest 34.9% 357,162
Total Votes 1,023,569
Election Results Via: Oklahoma State Board of Elections

[[Rhode Island Attorney General election, 2010|]]


On November 2, 2010, Peter F. Kilmartin won election to the office of Rhode Island Attorney General. He defeated Erik B. Wallin (R), Christopher H. Little (MOD), Keven A. McKenna (I) and Robert E. Rainville (I) in the general election.

Rhode Island Attorney General, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.png Peter F. Kilmartin 43.1% 141,969
     Republican Erik B. Wallin 29% 95,541
     Moderate Party Christopher H. Little 14.4% 47,328
     Independent Keven A. McKenna 9.6% 31,721
     Independent Robert E. Rainville 4% 13,045
Total Votes 329,604
Election Results Via: Rhode Island Board of Elections

[[South Carolina Attorney General election, 2010|]]


On November 2, 2010, Alan Wilson won election to the office of South Carolina Attorney General. He defeated Matthew Richardson (D) and Leslie Minerd (G) in the general election.

South Carolina Attorney General, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngAlan Wilson 53.7% 716,193
     Democratic Matthew Richardson 44.2% 589,135
     Green Leslie Minerd 2% 27,008
     Write-In Various 0% 470
Total Votes 1,332,806
Election Results Via: South Carolina State Election Commission


[[South Dakota Attorney General election, 2010|]]


On November 2, 2010, Marty Jackley won re-election to the office of South Dakota Attorney General. He defeated Ron Volesky (D) in the general election.

South Dakota Attorney General, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngMarty Jackley Incumbent 66.9% 202,499
     Democratic Ron Volesky 33.1% 100,182
Total Votes 302,681
Election Results Via: South Dakota Secretary of State


[[Texas Attorney General election, 2010|]]


On November 2, 2010, Greg Abbott won re-election to the office of Texas Attorney General. He defeated Barbara Ann Radnofsky (D) and Jon Roland (L) in the general election.

Texas Attorney General, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngGreg Abbott Incumbent 64.1% 3,151,064
     Democratic Barbara Ann Radnofsky 33.7% 1,655,859
     Libertarian Jon Roland 2.3% 112,118
Total Votes 4,919,041
Election Results Via: Texas Secretary of State


[[Vermont Attorney General election, 2010|]]


On November 2, 2010, William H. Sorrell won re-election to the office of Attorney General of Vermont. He defeated Aaron Michael Toscano (R) and 3 third-party candidates in the general election.

Attorney General of Vermont, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.png William H. Sorrell Incumbent 61.9% 143,031
     Republican Aaron Michael Toscano 29.4% 67,900
     Progressive Charlotte Dennett 4.4% 10,158
     Libertarian Karen Kerin 2.7% 6,171
     Liberty Union Rosemarie Jackowski 1.5% 3,576
     Write-In Various 0.1% 137
Total Votes 230,973
Election Results Via: Vermont Secretary of State

[[Wisconsin Attorney General election, 2010|]]


Attorney General of Wisconsin, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngJ.B. Van Hollen Incumbent 57.8% 1,220,791
     Democratic Scott Hassett 42.1% 890,080
     - Scattering 0.1% 1,614
Total Votes 2,112,485
Election Results Via: Wisconsin Government Accountability Board


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Democrats

Before election: 26

Projected after election: 19

Actual Results: 17
Toss-up

2
Republicans

Before election: 21

Projected after election: 28

Actual Results: 29
8 Safe or Not Up 7 3 2 8 10 9 Safe or Not Up

Results


[[Alabama Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Arizona Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Arkansas Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[California Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Colorado Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Connecticut Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Georgia Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Idaho Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Illinois Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Indiana Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Iowa Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Kansas Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Massachusetts Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Michigan Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Minnesota Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Nebraska Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Nevada Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[New Mexico Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[North Dakota Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Ohio Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Rhode Island Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[South Carolina Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[South Dakota Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Vermont Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



[[Wisconsin Secretary of State election, 2010|]]


Wisconsin Secretary of State, 2010
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngDouglas La Follette Incumbent 51.6% 1,074,118
     Republican David D. King 48.3% 1,005,217
     - Scattering 0.1% 1,863
Total Votes 2,081,198
Election Results Via: Wisconsin Government Accountability Board

[[Wyoming Secretary of State election, 2010|]]



Note: White cells are races that have yet to be called.

State Before November 2010 After November 2010
Governor Atty Gen Sec'y of State State Senate State House Governor Atty Gen Sec'y of State State Senate State House
Alabama
Alaska NA NA
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii NA NA
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska NA NA
Nevada
New Hamp Gov appt Leg elect
New Jersey Gov appt Gov appt
New Mexico
New York Gov appt
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma Gov appt
Oregon
Pennsylvania Gov appt Gov appt
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee Ct appt Leg elect
Texas Gov appt
Utah NA NA
Vermont
Virginia Gov appt
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming Gov appt

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