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2010 Georgia State Senate election

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Georgia State Senate elections, 2010

← 2008 November 2, 2010 2012 →

All 56 seats in the Georgia State Senate
Leader Tommie Williams Robert Brown
Party Republican Democratic
Leader's seat 19th-Lyons 26th-Macon
Last election 34 22
Current seats 34 22

Incumbent President pro tempore

Tommie Williams

The 2010 Georgia State Senate elections occurred on November 2, 2010 to elect the members to the Georgia State Senate. All fifty-six seats in the state Senate and all 180 seats in the state House were up for two year terms. The winners of this election cycle served in the 151st Georgia General Assembly.

Retiring incumbent Senators



Incumbents defeated in primary

Election Results

On election day, one seat changed hands with Republicans winning the seat formerly held by J. B. Powell.[6] Senator Tim Golden's switch to the Republicans would give them an additional seat, though that is not recorded in the table below.

District Incumbent Party Elected Status 2010 Candidates
1 Buddy Carter Republican 2009 Re-elected Buddy Carter (R) 70.33%
Carry Smith (D) 29.68%
2 Lester G. Jackson Democratic 2008 Re-elected Lester G. Jackson (D) 72.56%
Michael Gaster (R) 27.44%
3 Jeff Chapman Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold William Ligon (R) 71.03%
Griffin Lotson (D) 28.97%
4 Jack Hill Republican 1990 Re-elected Jack Hill (R) unopposed
5 Curt Thompson Democratic 2004 Re-elected Curt Thompson (D) 64.66%
Garry Guan (R) 35.34%
6 Doug Stoner Democratic 2004 Re-elected Doug Stoner (D) 56.51%
Beth Pollard (R) 43.49%
7 Greg Goggans Republican 2004 Re-elected Greg Goggans (R) unopposed
8 Tim Golden Democratic 1998 Re-elected Tim Golden (D) unopposed
9 Don Balfour Republican 1992 Re-elected Don Balfour 64.46% (R)
Rashid Malik (D) 35.54%
10 Emanuel Jones Democratic 2004 Re-elected Emanuel Jones (D) unopposed
11 John Bulloch Republican 2002 Re-elected John Bulloch (R) unopposed
12 Freddie P. Sims Democratic 2008 Re-elected Freddie P. Sims (D) unopposed
13 John D. Crosby Republican 2008 Re-elected John Crosby (R) unopposed
14 George Hooks Democratic 1990 Re-elected George Hooks (D) unopposed
15 Ed Harbison Democratic 1992 Re-elected Ed Harbison (D) unopposed
16 Ronnie Chance Republican 2004 Re-elected Ronnie Chance (R) unopposed
17 John Douglas Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold Rick Jeffares 64.06% (R)
Jim Nichols (D) 35.95%
18 Cecil Staton Republican 2004 Re-elected Cecil Staton (R) unopposed
19 Tommie Williams Republican 1998 Re-elected Tommie Williams (R) unopposed
20 Ross Tolleson Republican 2002 Re-elected Ross Tolleson (R) unopposed
21 Chip Rogers Republican 2004 Re-elected Chip Rogers (R) 80.04%
Patrick Thompson (D) 19.96%
22 Hardie Davis Democratic 2010 Re-elected Hardie Davis (D) unopposed
23 J.B. Powell Democratic 2004 Retired; Republican pickup Jesse Stone (R) 93.51
Diane Evans (I) 6.49%
24 Bill Jackson Republican 2007 Re-elected Bill Jackson (R) unopposed
25 Johnny Grant Republican 2004 Re-elected Johnny Grant (R) 62.31%
Floyd L. Griffin (D) 37.69%
26 Robert Brown Democratic 1991 Re-elected Robert Brown (D) unopposed
27 Jack Murphy Republican 2006 Re-elected Jack Murphy (R) unopposed
28 Mitch Seabaugh Republican 2000 Re-elected Mitch Seabaugh (R) unopposed
29 Seth Harp Republican 2000 Retired; Republican hold Joshua McKoon (R) 65.68%
Evelyn Thompson Anderson (D) 34.32%
30 Bill Hamrick Republican 2000 Re-elected Bill Hamrick (R) 67.91%
Pat Rhudy (D) 32.09%
31 Bill Heath Republican 2004 Re-elected Bill Heath (R) 72.17%
Tracy Gene Bennett (D) 27.83%
32 Judson Hill Republican 2004 Re-elected Judson Hill (R) unopposed
33 Steve Thompson Democratic 1990 Re-elected Steve Thompson (D) 58.71%
Craig Prewett (R) 41.29%
34 Valencia Seay Democratic 2002 Running Valencia Seay (D) 74.01%
Tiger Billingslea (R) 25.99%
35 Donzella James Democratic 1993/2009 Running Donzella James (D) unopposed
36 Nan Grogan Orrock Democratic 2006 Re-elected Nan Orrock (D) unopposed
37 John J. Wiles Republican 2004 Defeated in primary; Republican hold Lindsey Tippins (R) unopposed
38 Horacena Tate Democratic 1998 Re-elected Horacena Tate (D) 64.06%
Beth Beskin (R) 35.94%
39 Vincent Fort Democratic 1996 Re-elected Vincent Fort (D) unopposed
40 Dan Weber Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold Fran Millar (R) 65.33%
Eric Christ (D) 34.67%
41 Steve Henson Democratic 1990/2002 Re-elected Steve Henson (D) 57.51%
Alex Johnson (R) 42.49%
42 Jason Carter Democratic 2010 Re-elected Jason Carter (D) unopposed
43 Ronald Ramsey, Jr. Democratic 2006 Re-elected Ronald Ramsey, Jr. (D) 79.84%
Diana Williams (R) 20.16%
44 Gail Buckner Democratic 2008 Retired; Democratic hold Gail Davenport (D) 97.17%
Carlotta Harrell (I) 2.83%
45 Renee Unterman Republican 2002 Re-elected Renee Unterman (R) unopposed
46 William Cowsert Republican 2006 Re-elected William Cowsert (R) unopposed
47 Ralph Hudgens Republican 2002 Retired; Republican hold Frank Ginn (R) 65.33%
Tim Riley (D) 34.67%
48 David Shafer Republican 2002 Re-elected David Shafer (R) unopposed
49 Butch Miller Republican 2010 Re-elected Butch Miller (R) unopposed
50 Jim Butterworth Republican 2008 Re-elected Jim Butterworth (R) unopposed
51 Chip Pearson Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold Steve Gooch (R) 81.92%
Joseph Mann (D) 18.08%
52 Preston Smith Republican 2002 Retired; Republican hold Barry Loudermilk (R) 75.06%
Mike Burton (D) 24.94%
53 Jeff Mullis Republican 2000 Re-elected Jeff Mullis (R) unopposed
54 Don Thomas Republican 1996 Retired; Republican hold Charlie Bethel (R) unopposed
55 Gloria Butler Democratic 1998 Re-elected Gloria Butler (D) unopposed
56 Dan Moody Republican 2002 Retired; Republican hold John Albers (R) unopposed

Vacancies (To be filled before November)

All the following special elections occurred on May 11 with runoffs to be held on June 8 if necessary.


See also


  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Preliminary List of Candidates on the July 20, 2010 General Primary Election Ballot". Secretary of State of Georgia. May 2, 2010. Archived from the original on April 30, 2010. Retrieved May 2, 2010.
  2. ^ The Dunwoody Crier - Front
  3. ^ Thomas to retire; Williams to seek re-election |
  4. ^ Georgia Senate Press Office » Blog Archive » Sen. Dan Moody Will Not Run for State Senate in 2010
  5. ^ 7/20/2010 - State Senate
  6. ^ 11/2/2010 - State Senate

External links

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