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Difference between revisions of "Election analysis, Alaska House of Representatives (2010)"
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Of the eventual 40 winning candidates for the Alaska House of Representatives in the Alaska House's 2010 elections, only 9 faced a primary opponent. Eric A. Feige had the lowest primary vote, with 33.65% of the vote in a tight three-way primary. Of those with a primary opponent, Charisse Millett had the highest winning percentage, with 74.06% of the vote.
26 of the 40 eventual winners faced a general election opponent. Pete Petersen had the lowest winning percentage in the general election, with 52.29% of the vote. Mike Chenault had the highest winning percentage, with 80.73%.
|Alan S. Dick||6||2010||NA||58.16%|
|Steve M. Thompson||10||2010||54.05%||62.88%|
|Eric A. Feige||12||2010||33.65%||62.37%|
‡ = This representative was first appointed, not elected, in this year.
‡‡ = This representative is serving a second stretch of years, and the year here indicates the time that the second stretch began.