Vermont lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2010

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The Vermont lieutenant gubernatorial election of 2010 was held on November 2, 2010. The primary election date was August 24, 2010. The deadline for filing nomination papers was June 17.[1]

Democrat Steve Howard and Republican Phil Scott each took a slight majority in a two-race primary to become their party's respective nominees.

Vermont is among the 17 states that holds separate elections for the governor and lieutenant governor. Compared to the gubernatorial race, the races for the lt. governor's nomination were clear races, with Democratic Representative Chris Bray and his opposite number in the Senate, Republican Phillip Scott, moving onto the general election.

The November Ballot – Who Made It? Vermont Lieutenant Governor
Nominee Affiliation
Steven Howard Democrat
Phillip Scott Republican
Boots Wardinski Working Families
Marjorie Power Vermont Progressive Party
Peter Garritano Vermont Independence Day Party
Peter Garritano Second Vermont Republic
This lists candidates who won their state's primary or convention, or who were unopposed, and were officially certified for the November ballot by their state's election authority.

November 2, 2010 general election results

Vermont elects its lieutenant governor separately from the governor. As of November 9, 2010, results were official.[2]


2010 Vermont lieutenant gubernatorial general election
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Democratic Party Steven Howard 42.45%
     Republican Party Phillip Scott 49.41%
     Independent Boots Wardinski 0.95%
     Independent Marjorie Power 3.52%
     Independent Peter Garritano 3.67%
Total Votes 235,183


Candidates

Democrat

Republican

  • State Senator Phil Scott, a business owner and former stock-car racer
  • Mark Snelling

Progressive

  • Boots Wardinski ran a fusion campaign with the Progressive, Liberty Union, and Socialist USA parties.
  • Marjorie Power was nominated by the Progressive Party on May 15, 2010

Working Families

  • Ralph J. Montefusco

Independent

  • Businessman Peter R. Garritano, with both the Vermont Independence Day Party and Second Vermont Republic Party

August 24, 2010 primary

2010 Race for Lieutenant Governor - Democrat Primary[3][4]
Candidates Percentage
Christopher A. Bray (D) 47.90%
Green check mark.jpg Steve Howard (D) 52.09
Total votes 52,438


2010 Race for Lieutenant Governor - Republican Primary[5][6]
Candidates Percentage
Green check mark.jpg Phil Scott (R) 55.99%
Mark Snelling (R) 43.64%
Total votes 26,794

Polling

Poll source Dates administered Phil Scott (R) Steve Howard (D)
Vermont Public Radio October 12, 2010 41% 32%

See also

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