Iowa lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2010

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The Iowa lieutenant gubernatorial election of 2010 was 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.

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[2]
Nominee Affiliation
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.


Candidates

Democrat

  • Patty Judge

Republican

Constitution Party

  • Ted Hee

Iowa Party

  • Richard Marlar

Libertarian

  • Nick Weltha

Socialist Workers Party

  • Helen Myers

Independent

  • Robin Prior-Calef

See also

External links

References

  1. The Green Papers, "2010 Gubernatorial Primaries at a Glance"
  2. Iowa Secretary of State, “Candidate Listing by Office, November 2, 2010 General Election”, certified August 13, 2010