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In 2010, [[state senate elections, 2010|state senate elections]] are being held in 43 states, with 1,167 state senate seats at stake.  A total of 19 challengers in 11 states defeated an incumbent state senator, including 12 Democrats and 7 Republicans.   
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In 2010, [[state senate elections, 2010|state senate elections]] were held in 43 states, with 1,167 state senate seats at stake.  A total of 19 challengers in 11 states defeated an incumbent state senator, including 12 Democrats and 7 Republicans.   
  
 
There was [[Incumbents with no primary challenger in the 2010 state legislative elections|no primary challenger in 708 of the 1,167 state senate districts in play in 2010]], leaving 459 districts with a primary.  The 19 challengers who toppled an incumbent represent 4.1% of all incumbent-challenger primary contests in 2010, and 1.6% of all state senate seats at stake in the year.
 
There was [[Incumbents with no primary challenger in the 2010 state legislative elections|no primary challenger in 708 of the 1,167 state senate districts in play in 2010]], leaving 459 districts with a primary.  The 19 challengers who toppled an incumbent represent 4.1% of all incumbent-challenger primary contests in 2010, and 1.6% of all state senate seats at stake in the year.
  
Six of the victorious challengers were from Maryland. Minnesota, New York and West Virginia each had two successful primary challengers, while Alabama, Arizona, Iowa, South Dakota, Washington, Wisconsin and Nevada had one each.
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Six of the victorious challengers were from Maryland. Minnesota, New York and West Virginia each had two successful primary challengers, while Alabama, Arizona, Iowa, South Dakota, Washington, Wisconsin and Nevada had one each.
  
 
('''Note:''' The incumbent defeated by [[Lori Klein]] in [[Arizona]] had only been in office starting in 2010 as an appointee.)
 
('''Note:''' The incumbent defeated by [[Lori Klein]] in [[Arizona]] had only been in office starting in 2010 as an appointee.)

Revision as of 11:28, 27 June 2013

State house elections
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Parties with candidates
Impact of term limits
Successful challengers
Defeated incumbents
State house elections
State senate elections
State legislative elections

For the incumbents who were defeated by these challengers, see: Incumbents defeated in 2010's state legislative elections.

Challengers who won primaries

96 state legislative challengers defeated incumbents in primaries in the 2010 state legislative elections. This includes:

  • 77 challengers to incumbent state representatives (40 Democrats and 37 Republicans)
  • 19 challengers to incumbent state senators (12 Democrats and 7 Republicans)
  • 52 Democratic challengers to incumbent Democrats (40 state representatives and 12 state senators)
  • 44 Republican challengers to incumbent Republicans (37 state representatives and 7 state senators)

State houses

See also: State house elections, 2010

Democratic


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Republican


  1. Allen Farley
  2. Andy Patrick
  3. Bill Chumley
  4. Cameron Sexton
  5. Charles Perry
  6. Christy Perry
  7. David Simpson (Texas)
  8. Dennis Powers
  9. Don Phillips
  10. Doug Brannon
  11. Eddie Farnsworth
  12. Garrett Love
  13. Gresham Dale Bouma
  14. Jason Spencer
  15. John Esp
  16. John Vander Woude
  17. Justin Simmons
  18. Kelly Hastings
  19. Kelly Meigs
  20. Ken Ivory
  21. Kimberly Yee
  22. Lance Gooden
  23. Lee B. Perry
  24. Lee Heider
  25. Nicholas Kettle
  26. Paul Beckman
  27. Paulette Braddock
  28. Rebecca Kubacki
  29. Sheryl L. Nuxoll
  30. Steve Urie
  31. Steve Vick
  32. Thomas R. Morrison
  33. Tom Arpke
  34. Tom Corbin
  35. Ward Cassidy
  36. William Taylor
  37. Yvette Herrell

State senates

2010 State senate elections
ALAKARARCACOCTDEFLGAHIIDILINIAKYMEMDMAMIMNMOMTNENVNHNYNCNDOHOKORPARISDTNTXUTVTWAWVWIWY
Parties with candidates
Impact of term limits
Successful challengers
Defeated incumbents
State house elections
State senate elections
State legislative elections
See also: State senate elections, 2010

In 2010, state senate elections were held in 43 states, with 1,167 state senate seats at stake. A total of 19 challengers in 11 states defeated an incumbent state senator, including 12 Democrats and 7 Republicans.

There was no primary challenger in 708 of the 1,167 state senate districts in play in 2010, leaving 459 districts with a primary. The 19 challengers who toppled an incumbent represent 4.1% of all incumbent-challenger primary contests in 2010, and 1.6% of all state senate seats at stake in the year.

Six of the victorious challengers were from Maryland. Minnesota, New York and West Virginia each had two successful primary challengers, while Alabama, Arizona, Iowa, South Dakota, Washington, Wisconsin and Nevada had one each.

(Note: The incumbent defeated by Lori Klein in Arizona had only been in office starting in 2010 as an appointee.)

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Maryland:

Minnesota:

Chris Larson, incumbent-toppling Democratic candidate for Wisconsin State Senate, District 7

New York:

South Dakota:

Washington:

West Virginia:

Wisconsin:

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Elizabeth Halseth, one of 7 Republican state senate challengers who defeated a Republican state senate incumbent in a 2010 primary

Alabama:

Arizona:

Iowa:

Maryland:

Minnesota:

Nevada:

West Virginia:

Challengers who won in November

Pending

See also