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Historically, incumbents who run for re-election rarely lose in the primary.  This page will detail the number of incumbents defeated in the [[State legislative elections, 2013|2013 state legislative elections]].
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In 205 (93.2%) of the 220 seats up for election on November 5, the incumbent ran for re-election.  Historically, incumbents who run for re-election rarely lose in the primary.  This page details the number of incumbents who were defeated in the [[State legislative elections, 2013|2013 state legislative elections]].
  
 
::''See also: [[State legislative elections results, 2013]]
 
::''See also: [[State legislative elections results, 2013]]

Latest revision as of 16:45, 5 November 2013

In 205 (93.2%) of the 220 seats up for election on November 5, the incumbent ran for re-election. Historically, incumbents who run for re-election rarely lose in the primary. This page details the number of incumbents who were defeated in the 2013 state legislative elections.

See also: State legislative elections results, 2013

Full results

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New Jersey

No incumbents were defeated in New Jersey primaries.

Virginia

  1. Beverly Sherwood (R), Virginia House of Delegates District 29.
  2. Joe T. May (R), Virginia House of Delegates District 33.

New Jersey


  1. John Amodeo (R), New Jersey General Assembly District 2.
  2. Nelson Albano (D), New Jersey General Assembly District 1.

Virginia


  1. Mark Dudenhefer (R), Virginia House of Delegates District 2.
  2. Michael Watson (Virginia) (R), Virginia House of Delegates District 93.

Incumbents who lost in 2012 Elections

The following table displays the number of incumbents in 2012 who lost in each state.

State  Total in general election   Total in primary   Total in 2012 
Alaska 9 2 11
Arizona 4 2 6
Arkansas 6 2 8
California 3 0 3
Colorado 4 2 11
Connecticut 4 4 8
Delaware 3 3 6
Florida 5 3 8
Georgia 3 12 15
Hawaii 3 5 8
Idaho 2 3 5
Illinois 4 6 10
Indiana 5 0 5
Iowa 9 3 12
Kansas 10 20 30
Kentucky 4 1 5
Maine 19 0 19
Massachusetts 4 4 8
Michigan 5 5 10
Minnesota 17 1 18
Missouri 6 7 13
Montana 8 4 12
Nebraska 2 0 2
Nevada 1 2 3
New Hampshire   79 22 101
New Mexico 8 5 13
New York 7 1 8
North Carolina 6 7 13
North Dakota 6 4 10
Ohio 2 1 3
Oklahoma 0 1 1
Oregon 4 2 6
Pennsylvania 1 5 6
Rhode Island 5 6 11
South Carolina 1 6 7
South Dakota 4 5 9
Tennessee 2 12 14
Texas 3 11 14
Utah 2 8 10
Vermont 6 0 6
Washington 4 0 4
West Virginia 8 2 10
Wisconsin 5 2 7
Wyoming 1 3 4
TOTALS 504 96 600

Incumbents who lost in 2011 Elections

The following table displays the number of incumbents in 2011 who lost in each state.

State  Total in general election   Total in primary   Total in 2011 
Louisiana 5 0 5
Mississippi 11 8 19
New Jersey 0 0 0
Virginia 4 0 4
TOTALS 20 8 28

Incumbents who lost in 2010 Elections

The following table displays the number of incumbents in 2010 who lost in each state.

State  Total in general election   Total in primary   Total in 2012 
Alabama 22 6 28
Alaska 3 0 3
Arizona 7 4 11
Arkansas 6 1 7
California 0 0 0
Colorado 7 0 7
Connecticut 13 0 13
Delaware 3 1 4
Florida 5 0 5
Georgia 3 4 7
Hawaii 1 1 2
Idaho 2 6 8
Illinois 7 1 8
Indiana 10 1 11
Iowa 17 2 19
Kansas 14 5 19
Kentucky 7 2 9
Maine 20 0 20
Maryland 3 6 9
Massachusetts 11 1 12
Michigan 9 1 10
Minnesota 34 2 36
Missouri 10 3 13
Montana 10 2 12
Nebraska 2 0 2
Nevada 2 1 3
New Hampshire   90 0 90
New Mexico 7 2 9
New York 11 4 15
North Carolina 19 5 24
North Dakota 12 0 12
Ohio 13 1 14
Oklahoma 6 1 7
Oregon 4 0 4
Pennsylvania 12 1 13
Rhode Island 4 10 14
South Carolina 3 5 8
South Dakota 9 1 10
Tennessee 13 2 15
Texas 20 7 27
Utah 7 2 9
Vermont 6 0 6
Washington 10 1 11
West Virginia 7 3 10
Wisconsin 14 1 15
Wyoming 8 0 8
TOTALS 294 194 493

See also