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Election analysis, Alaska House of Representatives (2010)

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First elected in 2010
Longest-serving
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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 Contributions
Kyle Johansen Republican Party 1 2006 NA 67.51% $12,375
Peggy Wilson Republican Party 2 2000 53.06% 64.61% $13,755
Beth Kerttula Democratic Party 3 1998 NA NA $18,605
Cathy Munoz Republican Party 4 2008 NA NA $24,075
Bill Thomas Republican Party 5 2004 NA 62.06% $21,572
Alan S. Dick Republican Party 6 2010 NA 58.16% 0
Bob Miller Democratic Party 7 2010 NA 53.57% $23,977
David Guttenberg Democratic Party 8 2002 NA 54.80% $29,933
Scott Kawasaki Democratic Party 9 2006 NA 53.77% $47,320
Steve M. Thompson Republican Party 10 2010 54.05% 62.88% $37,677
Tammie Wilson Republican Party 11 2009 NA 76.90% $4,053
Eric A. Feige Republican Party 12 2010 33.65% 62.37% $12,136
Carl Gatto Republican Party 13 2002 56.17% NA $20,275
Wes Keller Republican Party 14 2006 NA NA $12,416
Mark Neuman Republican Party 15 2004 65.29% NA $13,562
Bill Stoltze Republican Party 16 2002 NA 78.04% $37,701
Anna Fairclough Republican Party 17 2006 NA NA $34,572
Dan Saddler Republican Party 18 2010 35.84% 68.89% $22,810
Pete Petersen Democratic Party 19 2008 NA 52.29% $57,026
Max Gruenberg Democratic Party 20 2002‡‡ NA 68.56% $24,100
Lance Pruitt Republican Party 21 2010 NA 54.11% $23,307
Sharon Cissna Democratic Party 22 1998 NA NA $10,230
Les Gara Democratic Party 23 2002 NA NA $29,845
Berta Gardner Democratic Party 24 2004 NA NA $23,890
Mike Doogan Democratic Party 25 2006 NA 64.76% $26,600
Lindsey Holmes Democratic Party 26 2006 NA 71.14% $24,504
Mia Costello Republican Party 27 2010 NA 56.14% $47,390
Craig Johnson Republican Party 28 2006 NA 65.06% $32,275
Chris Tuck Democratic Party 29 2008 NA 55.05% $59,373
Charisse Millett Republican Party 30 2008 74.06% 58.71% $21,741
Bob Lynn Republican Party 31 2002 60.12% 67.45% $25,264
Mike Hawker Republican Party 32 2002 NA 70.41% $74,945
Kurt Olson Republican Party 33 2004 NA 76.33% $10,950
Mike Chenault Republican Party 34 2000 NA 80.73% $32,255
Paul Seaton Republican Party 35 2002 NA NA $14,520
Alan Austerman Republican Party 36 2008‡‡ NA 68.00% $4,727
Bryce Edgmon Democratic Party 37 2006 NA NA $10,025
Bob Herron Democratic Party 38 2008 NA NA $14,800
Neal Foster Democratic Party 39 2009 57.82% NA $22,137
Reggie Joule Democratic Party 40 1996 NA NA $11,500

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.