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:'''''See also: [http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.php/State_legislative_special_elections,_2011#July_19.2C_2011 Georgia House District 113, Run-off Election]'''''
On April 29, [[Hank Huckaby]] (R) resigned to become the new University of Georgia Chancellor. <ref>[http://onlineathens.com/stories/042911/bre_821953631.shtml ''OnlineAthens,'' Rep. Huckaby resigns Georgia House, April 29, 2011]</ref> The special election for State House District 113 will occur in Oconee County and portions of Clarke, Morgan and Oglethorpe counties. The election is a non-partisan special election with an open primary. Candidates [[Charles Williams]] (R) and [[Dan Matthews]] (D) were the top two vote-getters. Since neither received a majority of the vote, a run-off election will be held on Tuesday, July 19, 2011.<ref>[http://sos.georgia.gov/elections/election_results/2011_0621/00613.htm Georgia Secretary of State, "Unofficial Results of the Tuesday, June 21, 2011 Special Election," Accessed June 22, 2011]</ref><ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/elections/20110518Secretary%20Kemp%20Announces%20the%20Close%20of%20Qualifying%20for%20the%20Special%20Election%20in%20State%20House%20District%20113.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' Secretary Kemp Announces the Close of Qualifying for the Special Election in State House District 113, May 18, 2011]</ref>  
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On April 29, [[Hank Huckaby]] (R) resigned to become the new University of Georgia Chancellor. <ref>[http://onlineathens.com/stories/042911/bre_821953631.shtml ''OnlineAthens,'' Rep. Huckaby resigns Georgia House, April 29, 2011]</ref> The special election for State House District 113 will occur in Oconee County and portions of Clarke, Morgan and Oglethorpe counties. The election is a nonpartisan special election with an open primary. Candidates [[Charles Williams]] (R) and [[Dan Matthews]] (D) were the top two vote-getters. Since neither received a majority of the vote, a run-off election will be held on Tuesday, July 19, 2011.<ref>[http://sos.georgia.gov/elections/election_results/2011_0621/00613.htm Georgia Secretary of State, "Unofficial Results of the Tuesday, June 21, 2011 Special Election," Accessed June 22, 2011]</ref><ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/elections/20110518Secretary%20Kemp%20Announces%20the%20Close%20of%20Qualifying%20for%20the%20Special%20Election%20in%20State%20House%20District%20113.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' Secretary Kemp Announces the Close of Qualifying for the Special Election in State House District 113, May 18, 2011]</ref>  
  
 
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:'''''See also: [http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.php/State_legislative_special_elections,_2011#August_16.2C_2011 Georgia Senate District 26, Run-off Election]'''''
 
:'''''See also: [http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.php/State_legislative_special_elections,_2011#August_16.2C_2011 Georgia Senate District 26, Run-off Election]'''''
[[Robert Brown, Georgia Senator|Robert Brown]] (D) announced his resignation in May, 2011 in order to seek the office of Macon Mayor.<ref>[http://www.examiner.com/political-buzz-in-macon/james-beverly-annisa-jones-vie-for-open-for-macon-s-house-district-139-seat ''Macon Examiner,'' "James Beverly, Anissa Jones qualify for Macon's House District 139 seat," June 20, 2011]</ref> The special election for State Senate District 26 took place in Twiggs County and portions of Bibb, Houston and Wilkinson Counties. The election was a non-partisan special election with an open primary. Since no candidate received a majority of the vote, a run-off election will be held on Tuesday, August 16, 2011.<ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/2011_releases/June/20110610Secretary%20of%20State%20Kemp%20Sets%20Qualifying%20Dates%20for%20the%20Special%20Elections%20in%20State%20Senate%20District%2026%20and%20State%20House%20District%20139.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' "Secretary of State Kemp Sets Qualifying Dates for the Special Elections in State Senate District 26 and State House District 139," June 10, 2011]</ref>  
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[[Robert Brown, Georgia Senator|Robert Brown]] (D) announced his resignation in May, 2011 in order to seek the office of Macon Mayor.<ref>[http://www.examiner.com/political-buzz-in-macon/james-beverly-annisa-jones-vie-for-open-for-macon-s-house-district-139-seat ''Macon Examiner,'' "James Beverly, Anissa Jones qualify for Macon's House District 139 seat," June 20, 2011]</ref> The special election for State Senate District 26 took place in Twiggs County and portions of Bibb, Houston and Wilkinson Counties. The election was a nonpartisan special election with an open primary. Since no candidate received a majority of the vote, a run-off election will be held on Tuesday, August 16, 2011.<ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/2011_releases/June/20110610Secretary%20of%20State%20Kemp%20Sets%20Qualifying%20Dates%20for%20the%20Special%20Elections%20in%20State%20Senate%20District%2026%20and%20State%20House%20District%20139.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' "Secretary of State Kemp Sets Qualifying Dates for the Special Elections in State Senate District 26 and State House District 139," June 10, 2011]</ref>  
  
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''Democratic Candidates:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''Democratic Candidates:</u>
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   |title={{ROA}} {{ECB}}[[Georgia House of Representatives|Georgia House District 113, Run-off Election]]
   |1= On April 29, [[Hank Huckaby]] (R) resigned to become the new University of Georgia Chancellor. <ref>[http://onlineathens.com/stories/042911/bre_821953631.shtml ''OnlineAthens,'' Rep. Huckaby resigns Georgia House, April 29, 2011]</ref> The special election for State House District 113 took place in Oconee County and portions of Clarke, Morgan and Oglethorpe counties. The election is a non-partisan special election with an open primary. Candidates [[Charles Williams]] (R) and [[Dan Matthews]] (D) were the top two vote-getters. Since neither received a majority of the vote, a run-off election was held on Tuesday, July 19, 2011.<ref>[http://sos.georgia.gov/elections/election_results/2011_0621/00613.htm Georgia Secretary of State, "Unofficial Results of the Tuesday, June 21, 2011 Special Election," Accessed June 22, 2011]</ref><ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/elections/20110518Secretary%20Kemp%20Announces%20the%20Close%20of%20Qualifying%20for%20the%20Special%20Election%20in%20State%20House%20District%20113.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' Secretary Kemp Announces the Close of Qualifying for the Special Election in State House District 113, May 18, 2011]</ref>  
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   |1= On April 29, [[Hank Huckaby]] (R) resigned to become the new University of Georgia Chancellor. <ref>[http://onlineathens.com/stories/042911/bre_821953631.shtml ''OnlineAthens,'' Rep. Huckaby resigns Georgia House, April 29, 2011]</ref> The special election for State House District 113 took place in Oconee County and portions of Clarke, Morgan and Oglethorpe counties. The election is a nonpartisan special election with an open primary. Candidates [[Charles Williams]] (R) and [[Dan Matthews]] (D) were the top two vote-getters. Since neither received a majority of the vote, a run-off election was held on Tuesday, July 19, 2011.<ref>[http://sos.georgia.gov/elections/election_results/2011_0621/00613.htm Georgia Secretary of State, "Unofficial Results of the Tuesday, June 21, 2011 Special Election," Accessed June 22, 2011]</ref><ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/elections/20110518Secretary%20Kemp%20Announces%20the%20Close%20of%20Qualifying%20for%20the%20Special%20Election%20in%20State%20House%20District%20113.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' Secretary Kemp Announces the Close of Qualifying for the Special Election in State House District 113, May 18, 2011]</ref>  
  
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''Democratic Candidate:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''Democratic Candidate:</u>
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   |1=[[David Lucas, Sr.]] (D) resigned in order to run in the special election for Senate District 26.<ref>[http://www.examiner.com/political-buzz-in-macon/james-beverly-annisa-jones-vie-for-open-for-macon-s-house-district-139-seat ''Macon Examiner,'' "James Beverly, Anissa Jones qualify for Macon's House District 139 seat," June 20, 2011]</ref> The special election for State House District 139 will took place in a portion of Bibb County. The election is a non-partisan special election with an open primary. Since only two candidates qualified, a run-off election was not necessary.<ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/2011_releases/June/20110610Secretary%20of%20State%20Kemp%20Sets%20Qualifying%20Dates%20for%20the%20Special%20Elections%20in%20State%20Senate%20District%2026%20and%20State%20House%20District%20139.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' "Secretary of State Kemp Sets Qualifying Dates for the Special Elections in State Senate District 26 and State House District 139," June 10, 2011]</ref>  
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   |1=[[David Lucas, Sr.]] (D) resigned in order to run in the special election for Senate District 26.<ref>[http://www.examiner.com/political-buzz-in-macon/james-beverly-annisa-jones-vie-for-open-for-macon-s-house-district-139-seat ''Macon Examiner,'' "James Beverly, Anissa Jones qualify for Macon's House District 139 seat," June 20, 2011]</ref> The special election for State House District 139 will took place in a portion of Bibb County. The election is a nonpartisan special election with an open primary. Since only two candidates qualified, a run-off election was not necessary.<ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/2011_releases/June/20110610Secretary%20of%20State%20Kemp%20Sets%20Qualifying%20Dates%20for%20the%20Special%20Elections%20in%20State%20Senate%20District%2026%20and%20State%20House%20District%20139.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' "Secretary of State Kemp Sets Qualifying Dates for the Special Elections in State Senate District 26 and State House District 139," June 10, 2011]</ref>  
  
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''Democratic Candidates:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''Democratic Candidates:</u>
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   |title={{ROA}} {{ECB}} [[Georgia State Senate|Georgia Senate District 26, Run-off Election]]
   |[[Robert Brown, Georgia Senator|Robert Brown]] (D) announced his resignation in May, 2011 in order to seek the office of Macon Mayor.<ref>[http://www.examiner.com/political-buzz-in-macon/james-beverly-annisa-jones-vie-for-open-for-macon-s-house-district-139-seat ''Macon Examiner,'' "James Beverly, Anissa Jones qualify for Macon's House District 139 seat," June 20, 2011]</ref> The special election for State Senate District 26 took place in Twiggs County and portions of Bibb, Houston and Wilkinson Counties. The election was a non-partisan special election with an open primary. Since no candidate received a majority of the vote, a run-off election was held on Tuesday, August 16, 2011.<ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/2011_releases/June/20110610Secretary%20of%20State%20Kemp%20Sets%20Qualifying%20Dates%20for%20the%20Special%20Elections%20in%20State%20Senate%20District%2026%20and%20State%20House%20District%20139.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' "Secretary of State Kemp Sets Qualifying Dates for the Special Elections in State Senate District 26 and State House District 139," June 10, 2011]</ref>  
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   |[[Robert Brown, Georgia Senator|Robert Brown]] (D) announced his resignation in May, 2011 in order to seek the office of Macon Mayor.<ref>[http://www.examiner.com/political-buzz-in-macon/james-beverly-annisa-jones-vie-for-open-for-macon-s-house-district-139-seat ''Macon Examiner,'' "James Beverly, Anissa Jones qualify for Macon's House District 139 seat," June 20, 2011]</ref> The special election for State Senate District 26 took place in Twiggs County and portions of Bibb, Houston and Wilkinson Counties. The election was a nonpartisan special election with an open primary. Since no candidate received a majority of the vote, a run-off election was held on Tuesday, August 16, 2011.<ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/2011_releases/June/20110610Secretary%20of%20State%20Kemp%20Sets%20Qualifying%20Dates%20for%20the%20Special%20Elections%20in%20State%20Senate%20District%2026%20and%20State%20House%20District%20139.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' "Secretary of State Kemp Sets Qualifying Dates for the Special Elections in State Senate District 26 and State House District 139," June 10, 2011]</ref>  
  
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''Democratic Candidates:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''Democratic Candidates:</u>
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:'''''See also: [[State legislative special elections, 2011#October 18, 2011|Georgia House District 43, Run-off Election]]'''''
 
:'''''See also: [[State legislative special elections, 2011#October 18, 2011|Georgia House District 43, Run-off Election]]'''''
  
[[Bobby Franklin]] (R) passed away in late-July 2011.<ref>[http://mdjonline.com/view/full_story/14844071/article-Cobb-Rep--Bobby-Franklin-found-dead-in-home ''Marietta Daily Journal Online,'' "Cobb Rep. Bobby Franklin found dead in home," July 26, 2011]</ref> The September 20, 2011 election was a non-partisan special election. Party affiliation was listed, but all candidates appeared on the same ballot. Since no candidate received a majority of the vote, a run-off election will be held on '''October 18, 2011.'''<ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/2011_releases/August/20110817Secretary%20Kemp%20Announces%20the%20Close%20of%20Qualifying%20for%20the%20Special%20Election%20in%20State%20House%20District%2043.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' "Secretary Kemp Announces the Close of Qualifying for the Special Election in State House District 43," August 17, 2011]</ref>
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[[Bobby Franklin]] (R) passed away in late-July 2011.<ref>[http://mdjonline.com/view/full_story/14844071/article-Cobb-Rep--Bobby-Franklin-found-dead-in-home ''Marietta Daily Journal Online,'' "Cobb Rep. Bobby Franklin found dead in home," July 26, 2011]</ref> The September 20, 2011 election was a nonpartisan special election. Party affiliation was listed, but all candidates appeared on the same ballot. Since no candidate received a majority of the vote, a run-off election will be held on '''October 18, 2011.'''<ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/2011_releases/August/20110817Secretary%20Kemp%20Announces%20the%20Close%20of%20Qualifying%20for%20the%20Special%20Election%20in%20State%20House%20District%2043.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' "Secretary Kemp Announces the Close of Qualifying for the Special Election in State House District 43," August 17, 2011]</ref>
  
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''Democratic Primary Candidates:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''Democratic Primary Candidates:</u>
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   |title={{ECB}} {{ROA}} [[Georgia House of Representatives|Georgia House District 43, Run-off Election]]
 
   |title={{ECB}} {{ROA}} [[Georgia House of Representatives|Georgia House District 43, Run-off Election]]
   |1=[[Bobby Franklin]] (R) passed away in late-July 2011.<ref>[http://mdjonline.com/view/full_story/14844071/article-Cobb-Rep--Bobby-Franklin-found-dead-in-home ''Marietta Daily Journal Online,'' "Cobb Rep. Bobby Franklin found dead in home," July 26, 2011]</ref> The September 20, 2011 election was a non-partisan special election. Party affiliation was listed, but all candidates appeared on the same ballot. Since no candidate received a majority of the vote, a run-off election was held on '''October 18, 2011.'''<ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/2011_releases/August/20110817Secretary%20Kemp%20Announces%20the%20Close%20of%20Qualifying%20for%20the%20Special%20Election%20in%20State%20House%20District%2043.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' "Secretary Kemp Announces the Close of Qualifying for the Special Election in State House District 43," August 17, 2011]</ref>
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   |1=[[Bobby Franklin]] (R) passed away in late-July 2011.<ref>[http://mdjonline.com/view/full_story/14844071/article-Cobb-Rep--Bobby-Franklin-found-dead-in-home ''Marietta Daily Journal Online,'' "Cobb Rep. Bobby Franklin found dead in home," July 26, 2011]</ref> The September 20, 2011 election was a nonpartisan special election. Party affiliation was listed, but all candidates appeared on the same ballot. Since no candidate received a majority of the vote, a run-off election was held on '''October 18, 2011.'''<ref>[http://www.sos.ga.gov/pressrel/2011_releases/August/20110817Secretary%20Kemp%20Announces%20the%20Close%20of%20Qualifying%20for%20the%20Special%20Election%20in%20State%20House%20District%2043.htm ''Secretary of State News,'' "Secretary Kemp Announces the Close of Qualifying for the Special Election in State House District 43," August 17, 2011]</ref>
  
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''Democratic Primary Candidates:</u>
 
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''Democratic Primary Candidates:</u>

Revision as of 17:22, 8 January 2014

2012
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2011 State Legislative
Special Elections

Special Elections by Date
January 4, 2011January 11, 2011
January 18, 2011January 22, 2011
February 1, 2011February 15, 2011
February 19, 2011February 22, 2011
March 1, 2011March 8, 2011
March 15, 2011April 2, 2011
April 5, 2011April 12, 2011
April 30, 2011May 3, 2011
May 10, 2011May 17, 2011
June 21, 2011June 28, 2011
July 12, 2011July 19, 2011
August 9, 2011August 30, 2011
September 6, 2011September 13, 2011
September 20, 2011September 27, 2011
October 11, 2011November 8, 2011
November 29, 2011December 6, 2011
December 13, 2011December 20, 2011

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In 2011, 94 special elections were held in 23 states. Across the nation, special elections are frequently conducted to fill vacancies in state legislatures. 27 states use special elections to fill legislative vacancies. In two states, Illinois and Indiana, special elections are used in limited circumstances.

Breakdown of 2011 special elections

The reasons for special elections were as follows:

  • 1 due to a general election tie
  • 4 due to criminal prosecution
  • 14 due to retirement
  • 14 due to legislator's passing
  • 27 due to a legislator's election to or candidacy for another office
  • 34 due to political appointments

The partisan breakdown for vacancies was as follows:

The breakdown of partisan pickups was as follows:

Republican pickup winners:


  1. Fred Mills, Jr. (R) Louisiana State Senate, District 22
  2. Jonathan Perry (R) Louisiana State Senate, District 26
  3. Keiko Orrall (R) Massachusetts House District Twelfth Bristol
  4. Len Suzio (R) Connecticut State Senate District 13
  5. Noreen Kokoruda (R) Connecticut House of Representatives, District 101
  6. Peter Durant (R) Massachusetts House of Representatives, Sixth Worcester District

Democratic pickup winners:


  1. Jennifer Daler (D) New Hampshire House of Representatives, Hillsborough 4
  2. Peter Leishman (D) New Hampshire House of Representatives, Hillsborough 24
  3. Robert Perry (D) New Hampshire House of Representatives, Strafford 3
  4. Steve Doyle (D) Wisconsin State Assembly District 94

Independent pickup winners:


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Recent election results

CheckedBoxOffset.jpg The January 3, 2012 special election results are as follows:

Links/References

Legend

These symbols denote the status of each special election:

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Results

The following candidates won a special election in 2011:

  1. Anthony Brindisi (D) New York State Assembly District 119
  2. Antonio Parkinson (D) Tennessee House Of Representatives District 98
  3. Audrey Gibson (D) Florida State Senate, District 9
  4. Barbara Watson (D) Florida House of Representatives, District 107
  5. Becky Duncan Massey (R) Tennessee State Senate District 6
  6. Beth Gaines (R) California State Assembly District 6
  7. Beth Turner (R) Maine House of Representatives, District 11
  8. Bill Stanley (R) Virginia Senate District 20
  9. Bob Hensgens (R) Louisiana House Of Representatives District 47
  10. Bobby Sanchez (D) Connecticut House of Representatives, District 25
  11. Brandon Ellington (D) Missouri House of Representatives, District 22
  12. Bruce Cozart (R) Arkansas House of Representatives District 24
  13. Carlo Leone (D) Connecticut State Senate District 27
  14. Carly Melin (D) Minnesota House of Representatives, District 6A
  15. Casey Eure (R) Mississippi House of Representatives, District 116
  16. Chad Nimmer (R) Georgia House of Representatives District 178
  17. Charles Williams (R) Georgia House of Representatives District 119
  18. Charlie Stallworth (D) Connecticut House of Representatives, District 126
  19. Chris Eaton (D) Minnesota State Senate, District 40
  20. Chris Taylor (D) Wisconsin State Assembly District 76
  21. Chrissy Sommer (R) Missouri House of Representatives, District 106
  22. Cynthia Dill (D) Maine State Senate District 7
  23. Dan Fox (D) Connecticut House of Representatives, District 148
  24. Dan Quart (D) New York State Assembly District 73
  25. Dave Craig (R) Wisconsin State Assembly District 83
  26. David Sessions (R) Alabama House of Representatives District 105
  27. Derrick Simmons (D) Mississippi State Senate, District 12
  28. Dickie Drake (R) Alabama House of Representatives District 45
  29. Duey Stroebel (R) Wisconsin State Assembly District 60
  30. Dustin Hightower (R) Georgia House of Representatives District 68
  31. Edward Southard (R) South Carolina House District 100
  32. Emory West Dunahoo, Jr. (R) Georgia House of Representatives District 30
  33. Fred Mills, Jr. (R) Louisiana State Senate, District 22
  34. Gordon Helsel (R) Virginia House of Delegates District 91
  35. Greg Childers (R) Oklahoma State Senate, District 42
  36. Greg Gregory (R) South Carolina Senate District 16
  37. Greg Habeeb (R) Virginia House of Delegates District 8
  38. Greg Treat (R) Oklahoma State Senate District 47
  39. Hudson Hallum (D) Arkansas House of Representatives District 54
  40. Jack Whitver (R) Iowa State Senate District 19
  41. James Albis (D) Connecticut House of Representatives, District 99
  42. James Beverly (D) Georgia House of Representatives District 143
  43. Jeff Hayden (D) Minnesota State Senate District 62
  44. Jennifer Daler (D) New Hampshire House of Representatives, Hillsborough 4
  45. Jill Billings (D) Wisconsin State Assembly District 95
  46. Jim Carns (R) Alabama House of Representatives District 48
  47. Joe Verrengia (D) Connecticut House of Representatives, District 20
  48. John Carson (Georgia) (R) Georgia House of Representatives District 46
  49. John Lawn (D) Massachusetts House Tenth Middlesex District
  50. John Raney (R) Texas House of Representatives, District 14
  51. John Wilkinson (R) Georgia State Senate District 50
  52. Jonathan Perry (R) Louisiana State Senate, District 26
  53. Joni Ernst (R) Iowa State Senate District 12
  54. Jose Oliva (R) Florida House of Representatives, District 110
  55. Joshua Putnam (R) South Carolina House District 10
  56. Judy Morgan (D) Missouri House of Representatives, District 24
  57. Judy Schwank (D) Pennsylvania State Senate District 11
  58. Keiko Orrall (R) Massachusetts House District Twelfth Bristol
  59. Kerry Roberts (R) Tennessee State Senate District 18
  60. Kevin Janvrin (R) New Hampshire House of Representatives, Rockingham 14
  61. Kevin Johnson (South Carolina) (D) South Carolina State Senate District 36
  62. Kimberly Monaghan-Derrig (D) Maine House of Representatives, District 121
  63. Len Suzio (R) Connecticut State Senate District 13
  64. Liz Mathis (D) Iowa State Senate District 34
  65. Maria Donatucci (D) Pennsylvania State House District 185
  66. Mary Jo McGuire (D) Minnesota State Senate District 66
  67. Michael Simanowitz (D) New York State Assembly District 27
  68. Mike "Pete" Huval (R) Louisiana House Of Representatives District 46
  69. Miriam Paris (D) Georgia State Senate, District 26
  70. Nancy Adams Collins (R) Mississippi State Senate, District 6
  71. Noreen Kokoruda (R) Connecticut House of Representatives, District 101
  72. Oscar Braynon (D) Florida State Senate, District 36
  73. Peter Durant (R) Massachusetts House of Representatives, Sixth Worcester District
  74. Peter Leishman (D) New Hampshire House of Representatives, Hillsborough 24
  75. Phil Miller (D) Connecticut House of Representatives, District 36
  76. Phillip Goldfeder (D) New York State Assembly District 23
  77. Rafael Espinal (D) New York State Assembly District 54
  78. Raymond Wallace (R) Maine House of Representatives, District 24
  79. Raymond Walter (R) New York State Assembly District 146
  80. Regina Bunch (R) Kentucky House of Representatives District 82
  81. Robert Dickey (R) Georgia House of Representatives District 140
  82. Robert Perry (D) New Hampshire House of Representatives, Strafford 3
  83. Russell Jolly (D) Mississippi State Senate, District 8
  84. Sean Ryan (D) New York State Assembly District 149
  85. Shalonn Curls (D) Missouri State Senate, District 9
  86. Sharon Runner (R) California State Senate District 17
  87. Steve Doyle (D) Wisconsin State Assembly District 94
  88. Ted Gaines (R) California State Senate District 1
  89. Ted Lieu (D) California State Senate District 28
  90. Terry Gerratana (D) Connecticut State Senate District 6
  91. Terry Rogers (R) Georgia House of Representatives District 10
  92. Tricia Farley-Bouvier (D) Massachusetts House of Representatives, Third Berkshire District
  93. Wesley Bishop (D) Louisiana House of Representatives, District 99

January 4, 2011

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Iowa-1/4/2011



January 11, 2011

See also: Mississippi state legislative special elections, 2011; Oklahoma state legislative special elections, 2011 & Virginia state legislative special elections, 2011

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Oklahoma-1/11/2011



Virginia-1/11/2011





January 18, 2011

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Iowa-1/18/2011



January 22, 2011

See also: Louisiana state legislative special elections, 2011

Louisiana-1/22/2011





February 1, 2011

See also: Pennsylvania state legislative special elections, 2011

Pennsylvania-2/1/2011



February 15, 2011

See also: Georgia state legislative special elections, 2011; Minnesota state legislative special elections, 2011 & California state legislative special elections, 2011

Georgia-2/15/2011





Minnesota-2/15/2011



California-2/15/2011





February 19, 2011

See also: Louisiana state legislative special elections, 2011

Louisiana-2/19/2011



February 22, 2011

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Missouri-2/22/2011



March 1, 2011

See also: Florida state legislative special elections, 2011; Mississippi state legislative special elections, 2011 & Maine state legislative special elections, 2011

Florida-3/1/2011





Mississippi-3/1/2011



Maine-3/1/2011



March 8, 2011

See also: Tennessee state legislative special elections, 2011; Virginia state legislative special elections, 2011; Arkansas state legislative special elections, 2011 & California state legislative special elections, 2011

Tennessee-3/8/2011





Virginia-3/8/2011



Arkansas-3/8/2011



California-3/8/2011



March 15, 2011

See also: Pennsylvania state legislative special elections, 2011

Pennsylvania-3/15/2011



April 2, 2011

See also: Louisiana state legislative special elections, 2011

Louisiana-4/2/2011



April 5, 2011

See also: South Carolina state legislative special elections, 2011

South Carolina-4/5/2011



April 12, 2011

See also: South Carolina state legislative special elections, 2011; Connecticut state legislative special elections, 2011 & Minnesota state legislative special elections, 2011

South Carolina-4/12/2011



Connecticut-4/12/2011



Minnesota-4/12/2011



April 30, 2011

See also: Louisiana state legislative special elections, 2011

Louisiana-4/30/2011



May 3, 2011

See also: Wisconsin state legislative special elections, 2011 & California state legislative special elections, 2011

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California-5/3/2011



May 10, 2011

See also: Maine state legislative special elections, 2011; Massachusetts state legislative special elections, 2011 & Alabama state legislative special elections, 2011

Maine-5/10/2011



Massachusetts-5/10/2011





Alabama-5/10/2011



May 17, 2011

See also: New Hampshire state legislative special elections, 2011

New Hampshire-5/17/2011



June 21, 2011

See also: Georgia state legislative special elections, 2011

Georgia-6/21/2011



June 28, 2011

See also: Florida state legislative special elections, 2011

Florida-6/28/2011



July 12, 2011

See also: Arkansas state legislative special elections, 2011

Arkansas-7/12/2011



July 19, 2011

See also: Georgia state legislative special elections, 2011

Georgia-7/19/2011







August 9, 2011

See also: New Hampshire state legislative special elections, 2011; Wisconsin state legislative special elections, 2011

New Hampshire-8/9/2011



Wisconsin-8/9/2011





August 16, 2011

See also: Georgia state legislative special elections, 2011; Maine state legislative special elections, 2011 & Wisconsin state legislative special elections, 2011

Georgia-8/16/2011



Maine-8/16/2011



Wisconsin-8/16/2011



August 30, 2011

See also: Alabama state legislative special elections, 2011 & South Carolina state legislative special elections, 2011

Alabama-8/30/2011



South Carolina-8/30/2011



September 6, 2011

See also: New Hampshire state legislative special elections, 2011

New Hampshire-9/6/2011



September 13, 2011

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September 20, 2011

See also: Georgia state legislative special elections, 2011; Massachusetts state legislative special elections, 2011 & New Hampshire state legislative special elections, 2011

Georgia-9/20/2011



Massachusetts-9/20/2011



New Hampshire-9/20/2011



September 27, 2011

See also: South Carolina state legislative special elections, 2011

South Carolina-9/27/2011



October 11, 2011

See also: Oklahoma state legislative special elections, 2011

Oklahoma-10/11/2011



October 18, 2011

See also: Florida state legislative special elections, 2011; Georgia state legislative special elections, 2011; Massachusetts state legislative special elections, 2011 & Minnesota state legislative special elections, 2011

Florida-10/18/2011



Georgia-10/18/2011



Massachusetts-10/18/2011



Minnesota-10/18/2011





November 8, 2011

See also: Georgia state legislative special elections, 2011; Iowa state legislative special elections, 2011; Mississippi state legislative special elections, 2011; Missouri state legislative special elections, 2011; Tennessee state legislative special elections, 2011; Texas state legislative special elections, 2011 & Wisconsin state legislative special elections, 2011

Georgia-11/8/2011









Iowa-11/8/2011



Maine-11/8/2011



Mississippi-11/8/2011



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New York-11/8/2011



Tennessee-11/8/2011



Texas-11/8/2011



Wisconsin-11/8/2011



November 29, 2011

See also: Alabama state legislative special elections, 2011

Alabama-11/29/2011



December 6, 2011

See also: Georgia state legislative special elections, 2011

Georgia









December 13, 2011

See also: Texas state legislative special elections, 2011

Texas



December 20, 2011

See also: Kentucky state legislative special elections, 2011

Kentucky



See also

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  233. Boston Globe, "Maine lawmaker resigns after gun threat incident," September 14, 2011
  234. Bangor Daily News, "Republicans keep House District 24 seat," November 8, 2011
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  239. WGEM.com, Dem. lawmaker named Jackson County prosecutor, 6 May 2011
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  241. Kansas City Star, "Missouri Rep. Curls wins state Senate seat," February 22, 2011
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  245. Buffalo YNN, "Assemblyman Jim Hayes resigns, effective September 6th," August 22, 2011
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