Incumbents with no primary challenger in the 2010 state legislative elections

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2010 Competitiveness Overview
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Primary competition (state comparison)
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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 #1; 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 ?  %

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