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Iowa law requires a 35% plurality in the primaries for a candidate to win the nomination via balloting.  If a party primary gives no candidate  plurality, the respective party's nominating convention will choose a candidate to advance to the general election.
 
Iowa law requires a 35% plurality in the primaries for a candidate to win the nomination via balloting.  If a party primary gives no candidate  plurality, the respective party's nominating convention will choose a candidate to advance to the general election.
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Iowa is one of 20 states where candidates for governor and lt. governor run on a single ticket.  Although the gubernatorial primary is past, winning candidates have not yet announced running mates.
  
 
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The Iowa lieutenant gubernatorial election of 2010 will be held on November 2, 2010 following a primary election on June 8, 2010.[1] Polling hours on all election day are 7:00 am to 9:00 pm, local time.

The deadline for submission of nominating signatures to qualify for the primary ballot was March 19, 2010.

Iowa law requires a 35% plurality in the primaries for a candidate to win the nomination via balloting. If a party primary gives no candidate plurality, the respective party's nominating convention will choose a candidate to advance to the general election.

Iowa is one of 20 states where candidates for governor and lt. governor run on a single ticket. Although the gubernatorial primary is past, winning candidates have not yet announced running mates.

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References

  1. The Green Papers, "2010 Gubernatorial Primaries at a Glance"