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<div style="float:center;">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;[[Projected outcomes of gubernatorial elections, 2010|Projected outcomes of gubernatorial elections]] • [[November 2, 2010 election results]]</div>
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!<center><p style="font-size:200%;">[[Gubernatorial elections, 2010|2010 Gubernatorial Elections]]</p></center>
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! style="background-color:#1569C7; color: white;" | <big>Democrats<br><hr>Before election: 26 <br><hr>Projected after election: 19</big>
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! style="background-color:#2E8B57; color: white;" | <big>Independents<br><hr>Before election: 0 <br><hr>Projected after election: 1</big> 
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! style="background-color:#C11B17; color: white;" | <big>Republicans<br><hr>Before election: 24 <br><hr>Projected after election: 30</big> 
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! style="background-color:#1569C7; color: white;width: 120px;"| 9 Safe or Not Up
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!<center><p style="font-size: 100%;">Democrats are projected to pick up five seats, in [[California]], [[Connecticut]], [[Hawaii]], [[Minnesota]], and [[Vermont]].</p></center><center><p style="font-size: 100%;">Republicans will likely make up for the losses and then some, picking up a total of 11 seats; [[Iowa]], [[Illinois]], [[Kansas]], [[Maine]], [[Michigan]], [[New Mexico]], [[Ohio]], [[Pennsylvania]], [[Tennessee]], [[Wisconsin]], and [[Wyoming]].</p></center><center><p style="font-size: 100%;">Of the 37 seats in play, 24 are open; 15 of those are open due to term limits.</p></center><center><p style="font-size: 100%;">Our article for each state's election lists up-to-date race ratings from five major race trackers.</p></center><center><p style="font-size: 100%;">Also, see our article on [[2010 gubernatorial race trackers|''race tracking in the 2010 gubernatorial elections'']].</p></center>
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! style="background-color:#1569C7; color: white;" | Safe D
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! style="background-color:#56A5EC; color: white;" | Likely Dem.
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! style="background-color:#5CB3FF; color: white;" | Leans Dem.
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! style="background-color:#F62817; color: white;" | Leans GOP
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! style="background-color:#E42217; color: white;" | Likely GOP
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| valign="top" align="center" | [[Arkansas gubernatorial election, 2010|Arkansas]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[New York gubernatorial election, 2010|New York]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> <hr /> '''Not up:'''<br> [[Delaware Governor|Delaware]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Kentucky Governor|Kentucky]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Missouri Governor|Missouri]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Montana Governor | Montana]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[North Carolina Governor | North Carolina]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Washington Governor | Washington]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[West Virginia Governor | West Virginia]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> 
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| valign="top" align="center" |  [[Maryland gubernatorial election, 2010|Maryland]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 2010|Massachusetts]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) ) <br> [[New Hampshire gubernatorial election, 2010|New Hampshire]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <hr>  <br> '''Projected pick-ups:''' <br> [[Connecticut gubernatorial election, 2010|Connecticut]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br>  [[Minnesota gubernatorial election, 2010|Minnesota]] ([[Republican Party|R]]
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| valign="top" align="center" | [[California gubernatorial election, 2010|California]] ([[Republican Party|R]])<br> [[Colorado gubernatorial election, 2010|Colorado]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Hawaii gubernatorial election, 2010|Hawaii]] ([[Republican Party|R]])  <br> [[Oregon gubernatorial election, 2010|Oregon]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Vermont gubernatorial election, 2010|Vermont]] ([[Republican|R]])
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| valign="top" align="center" | [[Rhode Island gubernatorial election, 2010|Rhode Island]] ([[Republican Party|R]])
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| valign="top" align="center" | [[Florida gubernatorial election, 2010|Florida]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) 
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| valign="top" align="center" | [[Georgia gubernatorial election, 2010|Georgia]]: ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Illinois gubernatorial election, 2010|Illinois]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Maine gubernatorial election, 2010|Maine]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[New Mexico gubernatorial election, 2010|New Mexico]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Ohio gubernatorial election, 2010|Ohio]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Pennsylvania gubernatorial election, 2010|Pennsylvania]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[South Carolina gubernatorial election, 2010|South Carolina]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Texas gubernatorial election, 2010|Texas]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Wisconsin gubernatorial election, 2010|Wisconsin]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br>
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| valign="top" align="center" | [[Alabama gubernatorial election, 2010|Alabama]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Alaska gubernatorial election, 2010|Alaska]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Arizona gubernatorial election, 2010|Arizona]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Idaho gubernatorial election, 2010|Idaho]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Iowa gubernatorial election, 2010|Iowa]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Kansas gubernatorial election, 2010|Kansas]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Michigan gubernatorial election, 2010|Michigan]] ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br> [[Nebraska gubernatorial election, 2010|Nebraska]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Nevada gubernatorial election, 2010|Nevada]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Oklahoma gubernatorial election, 2010|Oklahoma]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br>  [[South Dakota gubernatorial election, 2010|South Dakota]]: ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Tennessee gubernatorial election, 2010|Tennessee]]: ([[Democratic Party|D]]) <br>  [[Utah gubernatorial election, 2010|Utah]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Wyoming gubernatorial election, 2010|Wyoming]] ([[Democratic Party|D]])  <hr /> '''Not up:'''<br> [[Indiana Governor|Indiana]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Louisiana Governor|Louisiana]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br>  [[Mississippi Governor|Mississippi]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[North Dakota Governor|North Dakota]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[New Jersey Governor|New Jersey]] ([[Republican Party|R]]) <br> [[Virginia Governor|Virginia]] ([[Republican Party|R]])
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See also: Projected outcomes of state house elections, 2010
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Democrats

Before election: 28

Predicted after election: 21
Toss-up
6
Republicans

Before election: 20

Predicted after election: 22
15 Safe or Not Up 3 3 6 2 4 16 Safe or Not Up

See also: Projected outcomes of state senate elections, 2010
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Democrats

Before election: 32

Projected after election: 23
Toss-up
5
Republicans

Before election: 16

Projected after election: 21
13 Safe or Not Up 6 4 5 5 3 13 Safe or Not Up

        Projected outcomes of gubernatorial electionsNovember 2, 2010 election results

2010 Gubernatorial Elections

Democrats

Before election: 26

Projected after election: 19
Independents

Before election: 0

Projected after election: 1
Republicans

Before election: 24

Projected after election: 30
9 Safe or Not Up 5 5 1 1 9 20 Safe or Not Up

Democrats are projected to pick up five seats, in California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Minnesota, and Vermont.

Republicans will likely make up for the losses and then some, picking up a total of 11 seats; Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

Of the 37 seats in play, 24 are open; 15 of those are open due to term limits.

Our article for each state's election lists up-to-date race ratings from five major race trackers.

Also, see our article on race tracking in the 2010 gubernatorial elections.

Safe D Likely Dem. Leans Dem. Leans Independent Leans GOP Likely GOP Safe R
Arkansas (D)
New York (D)

Not up:
Delaware (D)
Kentucky (D)
Missouri (D)
Montana (D)
North Carolina (D)
Washington (D)
West Virginia (D)
Maryland (D)
Massachusetts (D) )
New Hampshire (D)

Projected pick-ups:
Connecticut (R)
Minnesota (R
California (R)
Colorado (D)
Hawaii (R)
Oregon (D)
Vermont (R)
Rhode Island (R) Florida (R) Georgia: (R)
Illinois (D)
Maine (D)
New Mexico (D)
Ohio (D)
Pennsylvania (D)
South Carolina (R)
Texas (R)
Wisconsin (D)
Alabama (R)
Alaska (R)
Arizona (R)
Idaho (R)
Iowa (D)
Kansas (D)
Michigan (D)
Nebraska (R)
Nevada (R)
Oklahoma (R)
South Dakota: (R)
Tennessee: (D)
Utah (R)
Wyoming (D)
Not up:
Indiana (R)
Louisiana (R)
Mississippi (R)
North Dakota (R)
New Jersey (R)
Virginia (R)

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See also: Partisan dominance of state attorney general positions, before and after November 2, 2010

2010 Attorney General Races

Democrats

Before election: 32

Predicted after election: 25
Toss-up
1
Republicans

Before election: 18

Predicted after election: 24
15 Safe or Not Up 8 2 1 7 8 9 Safe or Not Up