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2010 Illinois Senate election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Illinois Senate elections, 2010

← 2008 November 2, 2010 (2010-11-02) 2012 →

21 of 59 total seats in the Illinois State Senate
30 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
John Cullerton (cropped).jpg
Christine Radogno.jpg
Leader John Cullerton Christine Radogno
Party Democratic Republican
Leader's seat 6th-Chicago 41st-La Grange
Last election 37 22
Seats won 35 24
Seat change Decrease2 Increase2
Popular vote 634,294 530,130
Percentage 54.22% 45.15%
Swing Increase0.25% Increase0.38%

President before election

John Cullerton
Democratic

President-Elect

John Cullerton
Democratic

The 2010 elections for the Illinois Senate was conducted on Tuesday, November 2, 2010. The 2010 primary election was conducted on Tuesday, February 2, 2010. State Senators elected this year sat for two year terms, all of which expired at the beginning of the next General Assembly.

Overview

Illinois State Senate Elections, 2008
Party Votes Percentage Seats
up
Seats
not up
Total
before
Total
after
+/–
Democratic 634,294 54.47% 14 23 37 35 -2
Republican 530,130 45.53% 7 15 22 24 +2
Totals 1,164,424 100.00% 21 38 59 59

Individual results

District Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
1 Democratic Antonio Munoz Democratic Antonio Munoz
4 Democratic Kimberly A. Lightford Democratic Kimberly A. Lightford
7 Democratic Heather Steans Democratic Heather Steans
Republican Adam Robinson
10 Democratic James DeLeo retired Democratic John G. Mulroe
Republican Brian G. Doherty
13 Democratic Kwame Raoul Democratic Kwame Raoul
16 Democratic Jacqueline Y. Collins Democratic Jacqueline Y. Collins
19 Democratic Maggie Crotty Democratic Maggie Crotty
Republican Adam Wojcik
22 Democratic Michael Noland Democratic Michael Noland
Republican Steven Rauschenberger
25 Republican Chris Lauzen Republican Chris Lauzen
Democratic Leslie N. Juby
28 Republican John J. Millner Republican John J. Millner
Democratic Corinne Michelle Pierog
31 Democratic Michael Bond Democratic Michael Bond
Republican Suzi Schmidt
34 Republican Dave Syverson Republican Dave Syverson
Democratic Marla Wilson
37 Republican Dale Risinger Republican Dale Risinger
40 Democratic Toi Hutchinson Democratic Toi Hutchinson
Republican Adam Baumgartner
43 Democratic Arthur Wilhelmi Democratic Arthur Wilhelmi
Republican Cedra Crenshaw
46 Democratic David Koehler Democratic David Koehler
49 Democratic Deanna Demuzio Democratic Deanna Demuzio
Republican Sam McCann
51 Republican Frank C. Watson resigned Republican Kyle McCarter
Democratic Tim Dudley
52 Democratic Mike Frerichs Democratic Mike Frerichs
Republican Al Reynolds
55 Republican Dale Righter Republican Dale Righter
Democratic Josh Weger
58 Republican David Luechtefeld Republican David Luechtefeld
Democratic Jeremy Randal Walker

See also

References

External links

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