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Revision as of 21:35, 10 April 2011

Legend:
NA = No opponent
First elected in 2010
Longest-serving
Lowest %
Highest %

Primary election:

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.

General election:

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%.

Representative Party District First elected Primary General
Kyle Johansen Republican Party 1 2006 NA 67.51%
Peggy Wilson Republican Party 2 2000 53.06% 64.61%
Beth Kerttula Democratic Party 3 1998 NA NA
Cathy Munoz Republican Party 4 2008 NA NA
Bill Thomas Republican Party 5 2004 NA 62.06%
Alan S. Dick Republican Party 6 2010 NA 58.16%
Bob Miller Democratic Party 7 2010 NA 53.57%
David Guttenberg Democratic Party 8 2002 NA 54.80%
Scott Kawasaki Democratic Party 9 2006 NA 53.77%
Steve M. Thompson Republican Party 10 2010 54.05% 62.88%
Tammie Wilson Republican Party 11 2009 NA 76.90%
Eric A. Feige Republican Party 12 2010 33.65% 62.37%
Carl Gatto Republican Party 13 2002 56.17% NA
Wes Keller Republican Party 14 2006 NA NA
Mark Neuman Republican Party 15 2004 65.29% NA
Bill Stoltze Republican Party 16 2002 NA 78.04%
Anna Fairclough Republican Party 17 2006 NA NA
Dan Saddler Republican Party 18 2010 35.84% 68.89%
Pete Petersen Democratic Party 19 2008 NA 52.29%
Max Gruenberg Democratic Party 20 2002‡‡ NA 68.56%
Lance Pruitt Republican Party 21 2010 NA 54.11%
Sharon Cissna Democratic Party 22 1998 NA NA
Les Gara Democratic Party 23 2002 NA NA
Berta Gardner Democratic Party 24 2004 NA NA
Mike Doogan Democratic Party 25 2006 NA 64.76%
Lindsey Holmes Democratic Party 26 2006 NA 71.14%
Mia Costello Republican Party 27 2010 NA 56.14%
Craig Johnson Republican Party 28 2006 NA 65.06%
Chris Tuck Democratic Party 29 2008 NA 55.05%
Charisse Millett Republican Party 30 2008 74.06% 58.71%
Bob Lynn Republican Party 31 2002 60.12% 67.45%
Mike Hawker Republican Party 32 2002 NA 70.41%
Kurt Olson Republican Party 33 2004 NA 76.33%
Mike Chenault Republican Party 34 2000 NA 80.73%
Paul Seaton Republican Party 35 2002 NA NA
Alan Austerman Republican Party 36 2008‡‡ NA 68.00%
Bryce Edgmon Democratic Party 37 2006 NA NA
Bob Herron Democratic Party 38 2008 NA NA
Neal Foster Democratic Party 39 2009 57.82% NA
Reggie Joule Democratic Party 40 1996 NA NA

Notes

= 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.