Iowa lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2010
|State executive officials|
Kim Reynolds, a members of Iowa's Senate, will be the Republican nominee; the Democratic Party has yet to name their candidate.
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.
|The November Ballot – Who's Made It? Iowa Lieutenant Governor|
|Patty Judge, with Chet Culver||Democrat|
|Kim Reynolds, with Terry E. Branstad||Republican|
|Richard Marlar, with Jonathan Narcisse||Iowa Party|
|Nick Weltha, with Eric Cooper||Libertarian|
|Helen Meyers, with Dave Rosenfeld||Socialist Workers Party|
|Robin Prior-Calef, with Gregory James Hughes||(nominated by petition)|
|This lists candidates who won their state's primary or convention, or who were unopposed, and who have since been officially certified for the November ballot by their state's election authority.|
- Patty Judge
- state Senator Kim Reynolds
- Ted Hee
- Richard Marlar
- Nick Weltha
Socialist Workers Party
- Helen Myers
- Robin Prior-Calef
- The Green Papers, "2010 Gubernatorial Primaries at a Glance"
- Iowa Secretary of State, “Candidate Listing by Office, November 2, 2010 General Election”, certified August 13, 2010
State of Iowa
Des Moines (capital)
|State executive officers||
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