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'''By Geoff Pallay and Leslie Graves'''
 
'''By Geoff Pallay and Leslie Graves'''
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The state that is least competitive as defined by the % of its seats where the incumbent did not have a primary challenger in 2010 is defined as #46, while the state that is most competitive as defined by the % of its seats where the incumbent did have a primary challenger is defined as #; that is, '''1 = "most competitive"''', '''46 = "least competitive"'''. 
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! style="background-color:#00008B; color: white;" | State
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! style="background-color:#00008B; color: white;" | Senate at stake
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! style="background-color:#00008B; color: white;" | Incumbents w/o primary
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! style="background-color:#00008B; color: white;" | House at stake
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! style="background-color:#00008B; color: white;" | Incumbents w/o primary
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! style="background-color:#00008B; color: white;" | % w/o primary
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! style="background-color:#00008B; color: white;" | Rank
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| [[Alabama State Senate elections, 2010|Alabama]]
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| align="center" | [[Alabama State Senate elections, 2010|35]]
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| align="center" | [[Alabama State Senate elections, 2010#List of candidates|?]]
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| align="center" | [[Alabama House of Representatives elections, 2010|105]]
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| align="center" | [[Alabama House of Representatives elections, 2010#List of candidates|?]]
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| align="center" | %
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| [[Alaska State Senate elections, 2010|Alaska]]
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| align="center" | [[Alaska State Senate elections, 2010|10]]
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| align="center" | [[Alaska State Senate elections, 2010#List of candidates|?]]
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| align="center" | [[Alaska House of Representatives elections, 2010|40]]
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| align="center" | [[Alaska House of Representatives elections, 2010#List of candidates|?]]
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| align="center" | %
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|}
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 09:44, 27 September 2010

2010 Competitiveness Overview
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Primary competition (state comparison)
Incumbents with no primary challenge in 2010
Incumbents with no challenges at all in 2010
Incumbents defeatedVictorious challengers
Major party challengers (state comparison)
List of candidates with no competition
Open seats (state comparisons)
Impact of term limits on # of open seats
Long-serving senatorsLong-serving reps
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Chart Comparing 2011 ResultsComparisons Between Years
Party differences
Competitiveness Index
2010 State Legislative Elections
Competitiveness Studies from Other Years
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By Geoff Pallay and Leslie Graves

The state that is least competitive as defined by the % of its seats where the incumbent did not have a primary challenger in 2010 is defined as #46, while the state that is most competitive as defined by the % of its seats where the incumbent did have a primary challenger is defined as #; that is, 1 = "most competitive", 46 = "least competitive".

State Senate at stake Incumbents w/o primary House at stake Incumbents w/o primary  % w/o primary Rank
Alabama 35 ? 105 ?  %
Alaska 10 ? 40 ?  %

See also