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{{tnr}}Elections for the office of [[Delaware State Senate|Delaware State Senator]] will be held in [[Delaware]] on [[State legislative elections, 2010|November 2, 2010]].  Senate seats in ten of Delaware's 21 districts are up for election in 2010. These districts are: 1, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, and 20.
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{{Desenate2010toc}}Elections for the office of [[Delaware State Senate|Delaware State Senator]] were held in [[Delaware]] on [[State legislative elections, 2010|November 2, 2010]].  Senate seats in eleven of Delaware's 21 districts were up for election in 2010. These districts were: 1, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, and 20.
  
The [[Primary election dates in 2010|primary nomination process]] for candidates wishing to run in these elections is to gain the party's nomination at state conventions held by the state's two major political parties in May.  Candidates wishing to run as independents can submit nominating signatures up through July 30. The primary election day is September 14, 2010.  
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The [[Primary election dates in 2010|primary nomination process]] for candidates wishing to run in these elections to gain the party's nomination were held at state conventions held by the state's two major political parties in May.  Candidates wishing to run as independents could submit nominating signatures up through July 30. The primary election day was September 14, 2010.  
  
 
In Delaware, senators serve four-year terms with no term limits.
 
In Delaware, senators serve four-year terms with no term limits.
  
The incumbent senator is running for re-election in nine of the 11 senate seats up for election in 2010. (81.82%)
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The incumbent senator ran for re-election in 11 of the 11 senate seats up for election in 2010. (100%)
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Republicans picked up one seat in the 2010 election.
  
 
: ''See also: [[Delaware State Senate]]'' and ''[[State legislative elections, 2010]]''
 
: ''See also: [[Delaware State Senate]]'' and ''[[State legislative elections, 2010]]''
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==November 2 General Election Results==
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The following candidates won election on November 2, 2010:
  
==Campaign contributions==
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{{List of election winners DPL|Chamber= State Senate|State = Delaware|Year = 2010}}
  
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==Majority control==
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: ''See also: [[Partisan composition of state senates]]''
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Heading into the November 2 election, the Democratic Party held the majority in the [[Delaware State Senate]]:
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==Campaign contributions==
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:: ''See also: [[State-by-state comparison of donations to state senate campaigns]]''
 
This chart shows how many candidates ran for state senate in Delaware in past years and the cumulative amount of campaign contributions in state senate races, including contributions in both primary and general election contests.  All figures come from [[Follow The Money]].<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/state_overview.phtml?y=2008&s=DE Follow the Money, Delaware]</ref>
 
This chart shows how many candidates ran for state senate in Delaware in past years and the cumulative amount of campaign contributions in state senate races, including contributions in both primary and general election contests.  All figures come from [[Follow The Money]].<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/state_overview.phtml?y=2008&s=DE Follow the Money, Delaware]</ref>
  
 
{{legislative campaign spending chart}}
 
{{legislative campaign spending chart}}
  
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|-
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| align="center" | 2010
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| align="center" | 19
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| align="right" | $643,813
 
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|-
 
| align="center" | 2008
 
| align="center" | 2008
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==Qualifications==
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In 2010, the total amount of contributions raised in senate campaigns was $643,813.  The top 10 overall contributors were: <ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/state_candidates.phtml?s=DE&y=2010&f=S ''Follow the Money'': "Delaware Senate 2010 Campaign Contributions"]</ref>
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[[Article II, Delaware Constitution#Section 3|Article II, Section 3]] of the [[Delaware Constitution]] states: No person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained the age of twenty-seven years and have been a citizen and inhabitant of the State three years next preceding the day of his election and the last year of that term an inhabitant of the Senatorial District in which he shall be chosen, unless he shall have been absent on the public business of the United States or of this State.
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==Current partisan composition==
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{{legislative donor box}}
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|-
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| Bodenweisser, Eric R
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| align="right" | $26,000
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|-
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| Friends to Elect Joe Booth State Representative
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| align="right" | $23,832
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|-
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| Moritz, John A
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| align="right" | $23,295
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|-
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| Bunting Jr., George H
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| align="right" | $11,500
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|-
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| Booth, Joseph W
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| align="right" | $10,000
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|-
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| Cullis, Fred
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| align="right" | $6,800
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|-
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| Delaware Racing Association
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| align="right" | $6,600
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|-
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| [[Delaware Association of Realtors]]
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| align="right" | $5,450
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|-
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| Delaware Trial Lawyers Association
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| align="right" | $4,800
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|-
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| Astrazeneca
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| align="right" | $4,600
  
: ''See also: [[Partisan composition of state senates]]''
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|}
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==List of candidates==
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==Incumbency==
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===Unopposed incumbents===
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{{Iasmalllogo}}
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3 incumbents (27%) faced no competition in the November 2 general election.
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:* 2 Democratic incumbents faced no November challenger.
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:* 1 GOP incumbent faced no November challenger.
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===Primary challenges===
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Only 2 incumbents faced competition in the September 14 primary, both of whom won.
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:* District 19: Incumbent Republican [[Joseph Booth]]
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:* District 20: Incumbent Democrat [[George Bunting]]
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===Retiring incumbents===
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All 11 incumbent senators ran for re-election.
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==Qualifications==
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[[Article II, Delaware Constitution#Section 3|Article II, Section 3]] of the [[Delaware Constitution]] states: No person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained the age of twenty-seven years and have been a citizen and inhabitant of the State three years next preceding the day of his election and the last year of that term an inhabitant of the Senatorial District in which he shall be chosen, unless he shall have been absent on the public business of the United States or of this State.
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==List of candidates== {{Partisanbreakdownstatesenates}}
  
 
===District 1===
 
===District 1===
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:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
  
:*[[Harris McDowell]] (D) Incumbent McDowell has represented District 1 since 1976.
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:*[[Harris McDowell]] Incumbent McDowell was first elected in 1976.
  
:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 Republican primary:</u>
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:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 GOP primary:</u>
  
 
:*No Republican candidates filed to run for this seat.
 
:*No Republican candidates filed to run for this seat.
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<u>'''''November 2 General election candidates:'''''</u>
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:{{bluedot}} [[Harris McDowell]]: 11,862 {{won}}
  
 
===District 5===
 
===District 5===
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:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
  
:*[[Christopher Counihan]] (D)
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:*[[Christopher Counihan]]
  
:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 Republican primary:</u>
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:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 GOP primary:</u>
  
:*[[Catherine Cloutier]] (R) Incumbent Cloutier has represented District 5 since 2000.
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:*[[Catherine Cloutier]] Incumbent Cloutier was first elected in 2000.
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<u>'''''November 2 General election candidates:'''''</u>
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:{{bluedot}} [[Christopher Counihan]]: 6,411
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:{{reddot}} [[Catherine Cloutier]]: 7,649 {{won}}
  
 
===District 7===
 
===District 7===
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:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
  
:*[[Patricia Blevins]] (D) Incumbent Blevins has represented District 7 since 1990.
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:*[[Patricia Blevins]] Incumbent Blevins was first elected in 1990.
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:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 GOP primary:</u>
  
:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 Republican primary:</u>
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:*[[Frederick R. Cullis]]
  
:*[[Frederick R. Cullis]] (R)
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<u>'''''November 2 General election candidates:'''''</u>
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:{{bluedot}} [[Patricia Blevins]]: 7,877 {{won}}
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:{{reddot}} [[Frederick R. Cullis]]: 5,044
  
 
===District 8===
 
===District 8===
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:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
  
:*[[David Sokola]] (D) Incumbent Sokola has represented District 8 since 1990.
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:*[[David Sokola]] Incumbent Sokola was first elected in 1990.
  
:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 Republican primary:</u>
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:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 GOP primary:</u>
  
:*[[A. Louis Saindon]] (R)
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:*[[A. Louis Saindon]]
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<u>'''''November 2 General election candidates:'''''</u>
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:{{bluedot}} [[David Sokola]]: 8,572 {{won}}
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:{{reddot}} [[A. Louis Saindon]]: 5,583
  
 
===District 9===
 
===District 9===
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:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
  
:*[[Karen Peterson]] (D) Incumbent Peterson has represented District 9 since February 2010.
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:*[[Karen Peterson (Delaware)|Karen Peterson]] Incumbent Peterson was first elected in 2010.
  
:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 Republican primary:</u>
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:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 GOP primary:</u>
  
:*No Republican candidates filed to run for this seat.
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:*[[Robert S. Johnston]]
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<u>'''''November 2 General election candidates:'''''</u>
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:{{bluedot}} [[Karen Peterson (Delaware)|Karen Peterson]] 8,008 {{won}}
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:{{reddot}} [[Robert S. Johnston]]: 3,196
  
 
===District 12===
 
===District 12===
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:*No Democratic candidates filed to run for this seat.
 
:*No Democratic candidates filed to run for this seat.
  
:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 Republican primary:</u>
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:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 GOP primary:</u>
  
:*[[Dorinda Connor]] (R) Incumbent Connor has represented District 12 since 1997.
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:*[[Dorinda Connor]] Incumbent Connor was first elected in 1997.
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<u>'''''November 2 General election candidates:'''''</u>
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:{{reddot}} [[Dorinda Connor]]: 9,110 {{won}}
  
 
===District 13===
 
===District 13===
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:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
  
:*[[David McBride]] (D) Incumbent McBride has represented District 13 since 1980.
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:*[[David McBride]] Incumbent McBride was first elected in 1980.
  
:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 Republican primary:</u>
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:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 GOP primary:</u>
  
 
:*No Republican candidates filed to run for this seat.
 
:*No Republican candidates filed to run for this seat.
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<u>'''''November 2 General election candidates:'''''</u>
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:{{bluedot}} [[David McBride]]: 8,736 {{won}}
  
 
===District 14===
 
===District 14===
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:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
  
:*[[Bruce Ennis]] (D) Incumbent Ennis has represented District 14 since 2007.
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:*[[Bruce Ennis]] Incumbent Ennis was first elected in 2007.
  
:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 Republican primary:</u>
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:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 GOP primary:</u>
  
:*[[John A. Moritz]] (R)
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:*[[John A. Moritz]]
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<u>'''''November 2 General election candidates:'''''</u>
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:{{bluedot}} [[Bruce Ennis]]: 12,238 {{won}}
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:{{reddot}} [[John A. Moritz]]: 6,427
  
 
===District 15===
 
===District 15===
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:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
  
:*No Democratic candidates filed to run for this seat.
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:*[[Nancy Cook]] Incumbent Cook was first elected in 1974.
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:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 GOP primary:</u>
  
:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 Republican primary:</u>
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:*[[David G. Lawson]]
  
:*[[David G. Lawson]] (R)
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<u>'''''November 2 General election candidates:'''''</u>
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:{{bluedot}} [[Nancy Cook]]: 7,623
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:{{reddot}} [[David G. Lawson]]: 8,370 {{won}}
  
 
===District 19===
 
===District 19===
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:*No Democratic candidates filed to run for this seat.
 
:*No Democratic candidates filed to run for this seat.
  
:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 Republican primary:</u>
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:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 GOP primary:</u>
  
:*[[Eric R. Bodenweiser]] (R)
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:*[[Eric R. Bodenweiser]]: 2,037
:*[[Joseph Booth]] (R) Incumbent Booth has represented District 19 since 2009.
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:*[[Joseph Booth]]: 2,157 {{approved}} Incumbent Booth was first elected in 2009.
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<u>'''''November 2 General election candidates:'''''</u>
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:{{reddot}} [[Joseph Booth]]: 10,554 {{won}}
  
 
===District 20===
 
===District 20===
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:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''September 14 Democratic primary:</u>
  
:*[[Perry J. Mitchell]] (D)
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:*[[Perry J. Mitchell]]: 499
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:*[[George Bunting]]: 1,858 {{approved}} Incumbent Bunting was first elected in 1996.
  
:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 Republican primary:</u>
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:{{reddot}} <u>'''September 14 GOP primary:</u>
  
 
:*No Republican candidates filed to run for this seat.
 
:*No Republican candidates filed to run for this seat.
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<u>'''''November 2 General election candidates:'''''</u>
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:{{bluedot}} [[George Bunting]]: 13,119 {{won}}
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
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==External links==
 
==External links==
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*[http://elections.delaware.gov/results/html/election.shtml Official Delaware General Election Results]
 
*[http://elections.delaware.gov/reports/prim_fcddt.html Delaware 2010 primary election candidates]
 
*[http://elections.delaware.gov/reports/prim_fcddt.html Delaware 2010 primary election candidates]
 
*[http://elections.delaware.gov/reports/genl_fcddt.html Delaware 2010 general election candidates]
 
*[http://elections.delaware.gov/reports/genl_fcddt.html Delaware 2010 general election candidates]
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*[http://www.votesmart.org/election_state_legislator.php?state_id=DE&type=office&criteria=upper Project Vote Smart list of candidates for Delaware State Senate in the November 2, 2010 election]
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
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[[Category:State Senate elections, 2010]]
 
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Delaware State Senate elections, 2010

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QualificationsCompetitiveness analysis

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Delaware State Senate
Elections for the office of Delaware State Senator were held in Delaware on November 2, 2010. Senate seats in eleven of Delaware's 21 districts were up for election in 2010. These districts were: 1, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, and 20.

The primary nomination process for candidates wishing to run in these elections to gain the party's nomination were held at state conventions held by the state's two major political parties in May. Candidates wishing to run as independents could submit nominating signatures up through July 30. The primary election day was September 14, 2010.

In Delaware, senators serve four-year terms with no term limits.

The incumbent senator ran for re-election in 11 of the 11 senate seats up for election in 2010. (100%)

Republicans picked up one seat in the 2010 election.

See also: Delaware State Senate and State legislative elections, 2010

November 2 General Election Results

The following candidates won election on November 2, 2010:

  1. Bruce Ennis
  2. Catherine Cloutier
  3. David G. Lawson
  4. David McBride
  5. David Sokola
  6. Dorinda Connor
  7. George Bunting
  8. Harris McDowell
  9. Joseph Booth
  10. Karen Peterson (Delaware)
  11. Patricia Blevins

Majority control

See also: Partisan composition of state senates

Heading into the November 2 election, the Democratic Party held the majority in the Delaware State Senate:

Delaware State Senate
Party As of November 1, 2010 After the 2010 Election
     Democratic Party 15 14
     Republican Party 6 7
Total 21 21


Campaign contributions

See also: State-by-state comparison of donations to state senate campaigns

This chart shows how many candidates ran for state senate in Delaware in past years and the cumulative amount of campaign contributions in state senate races, including contributions in both primary and general election contests. All figures come from Follow The Money.[1]

Year Number of candidates Total contributions
2010 19 $643,813
2008 21 $1,211,435
2006 22 $979,107
2004 16 $883,364
2002 44 $1,485,767

In 2010, the total amount of contributions raised in senate campaigns was $643,813. The top 10 overall contributors were: [2]

Donor Amount
Bodenweisser, Eric R $26,000
Friends to Elect Joe Booth State Representative $23,832
Moritz, John A $23,295
Bunting Jr., George H $11,500
Booth, Joseph W $10,000
Cullis, Fred $6,800
Delaware Racing Association $6,600
Delaware Association of Realtors $5,450
Delaware Trial Lawyers Association $4,800
Astrazeneca $4,600

Incumbency

Unopposed incumbents

2010 state legislative elections analyzed using a Competitiveness Index

3 incumbents (27%) faced no competition in the November 2 general election.

  • 2 Democratic incumbents faced no November challenger.
  • 1 GOP incumbent faced no November challenger.

Primary challenges

Only 2 incumbents faced competition in the September 14 primary, both of whom won.

Retiring incumbents

All 11 incumbent senators ran for re-election.

Qualifications

Article II, Section 3 of the Delaware Constitution states: No person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained the age of twenty-seven years and have been a citizen and inhabitant of the State three years next preceding the day of his election and the last year of that term an inhabitant of the Senatorial District in which he shall be chosen, unless he shall have been absent on the public business of the United States or of this State.

List of candidates

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District 1

Democratic Party September 14 Democratic primary:
Republican Party September 14 GOP primary:
  • No Republican candidates filed to run for this seat.

November 2 General election candidates:

Democratic Party Harris McDowell: 11,862 Green check mark transparent.png

District 5

Democratic Party September 14 Democratic primary:
Republican Party September 14 GOP primary:

November 2 General election candidates:

Democratic Party Christopher Counihan: 6,411
Republican Party Catherine Cloutier: 7,649 Green check mark transparent.png

District 7

Democratic Party September 14 Democratic primary:
Republican Party September 14 GOP primary:

November 2 General election candidates:

Democratic Party Patricia Blevins: 7,877 Green check mark transparent.png
Republican Party Frederick R. Cullis: 5,044

District 8

Democratic Party September 14 Democratic primary:
Republican Party September 14 GOP primary:

November 2 General election candidates:

Democratic Party David Sokola: 8,572 Green check mark transparent.png
Republican Party A. Louis Saindon: 5,583

District 9

Democratic Party September 14 Democratic primary:
Republican Party September 14 GOP primary:

November 2 General election candidates:

Democratic Party Karen Peterson 8,008 Green check mark transparent.png
Republican Party Robert S. Johnston: 3,196

District 12

Democratic Party September 14 Democratic primary:
  • No Democratic candidates filed to run for this seat.
Republican Party September 14 GOP primary:

November 2 General election candidates:

Republican Party Dorinda Connor: 9,110 Green check mark transparent.png

District 13

Democratic Party September 14 Democratic primary:
Republican Party September 14 GOP primary:
  • No Republican candidates filed to run for this seat.

November 2 General election candidates:

Democratic Party David McBride: 8,736 Green check mark transparent.png

District 14

Democratic Party September 14 Democratic primary:
  • Bruce Ennis Incumbent Ennis was first elected in 2007.
Republican Party September 14 GOP primary:

November 2 General election candidates:

Democratic Party Bruce Ennis: 12,238 Green check mark transparent.png
Republican Party John A. Moritz: 6,427

District 15

Democratic Party September 14 Democratic primary:
  • Nancy Cook Incumbent Cook was first elected in 1974.
Republican Party September 14 GOP primary:

November 2 General election candidates:

Democratic Party Nancy Cook: 7,623
Republican Party David G. Lawson: 8,370 Green check mark transparent.png

District 19

Democratic Party September 14 Democratic primary:
  • No Democratic candidates filed to run for this seat.
Republican Party September 14 GOP primary:

November 2 General election candidates:

Republican Party Joseph Booth: 10,554 Green check mark transparent.png

District 20

Democratic Party September 14 Democratic primary:
Republican Party September 14 GOP primary:
  • No Republican candidates filed to run for this seat.

November 2 General election candidates:

Democratic Party George Bunting: 13,119 Green check mark transparent.png

See also

External links

References