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2010 Oregon legislative election

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Voters' pamphlet for the 2010 general election
Voters' pamphlet for the 2010 general election

The 2010 elections for the Oregon Legislative Assembly determined the composition of both houses for the 76th Oregon Legislative Assembly. The Republican and Democratic primary elections were on May 18, 2010, and the general election was held on November 2, 2010. Sixteen of the Oregon State Senate's thirty seats were up for election, as were all 60 seats of the Oregon House of Representatives.

In the previous session, the Democrats held supermajorities in both chambers: 18–12 in the Senate and 36–24 in the House. Following the election, Republicans reduced the Democratic majority to 16–14 in the Senate and gained enough seats in the House to make the chamber evenly divided between the parties, 30–30.[1]

Oregon Senate

12 of the 16 Senate seats up for election were held by Democrats, and the other four seats were previously held by Republicans. The Republicans held all their seats and added two: in District 26, Chuck Thomsen defeated Brent Barton for the seat previously held by Rick Metsger, who resigned to run for Oregon State Treasurer, and in District 20, incumbent Democrat Martha Schrader lost to Republican Alan Olsen by 227 votes.[1]

District[2] Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
3 Democratic Alan Bates
of Ashland
Re-elected Democratic Alan Bates 24,550
Republican Dave Dotterrer 24,275
write-ins
4 Democratic Floyd Prozanski
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Floyd Prozanski 29,077
Republican Marilyn Kittelman 20,961
write-ins
6 Democratic Bill Morrisette
of Springfield
Retired Democratic Lee Beyer 23,705
Republican Michael P. Spasaro 19,626
Independent Scott Reynolds 2,304
write-ins
7 Democratic Chris Edwards
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Chris Edwards 29,308
Republican Karen Bodner 17,511
write-ins
8 Republican Frank Morse
of Albany
Re-elected Republican Frank Morse 26,466
Democratic Dan Rayfield 21,563
write-ins
10 Republican Jackie Winters
of Salem
Re-elected Republican Jackie Winters 32,956
Democratic Jackie Pierce 15,088
write-ins
11 Democratic Peter Courtney
of Salem
Re-elected Democratic Peter Courtney 14,883
Republican Michael W. Forest 12,280
write-ins
13 Republican Larry George
of Hillsboro
Re-elected Republican Larry George 30,457
Democratic Timi Parker 17,742
write-ins
15 Republican Bruce Starr
of Hillsboro
Re-elected Republican Bruce Starr 21,382
Democratic Chuck Riley 19,533
write-ins
16 Democratic Betsy Johnson
of Scappoose
Re-elected Democratic Betsy Johnson 27,182
Republican Bob Horning 22,657
write-ins
17 Democratic Suzanne Bonamici
of Beaverton
Re-elected Democratic Suzanne Bonamici 32,281
Republican Stevan C. Kirkpatrick 18,041
write-ins
19 Democratic Richard Devlin
of Tualatin
Re-elected Democratic Richard Devlin 30,179
Republican Mary Kremer 25,038
write-ins
20 Democratic Martha Schrader
of Canby
Lost re-election Republican Alan Olsen 23,044
Democratic Martha Schrader 22,817
write-ins
22 Democratic Chip Shields
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Chip Shields 40,101
Republican Dwyane E. Runyan 5,345
write-ins
24 Democratic Rod Monroe
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Rod Monroe 18,337
Republican Rob Wheeler 16,905
write-ins
26 Democratic Rick Metsger
of Mt. Hood
Retired[3] Republican Chuck Thomsen 24,925
Democratic Brent Barton 22,144
write-ins

House of Representatives

In the House, with all 60 seats up for re-election, Republicans gained six seats, making the chamber evenly split between Democrats and Republicans for the next session.[1]

District[4] Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
1 Republican Wayne Krieger
of Gold Beach
Re-elected Republican Wayne Krieger' 18,115
Democratic Eldon Rollins 6,875
write-ins
2 Republican Tim Freeman
of Roseburg
Re-elected Republican Tim Freeman 15,781
Democratic Harry McDermott 6,077
write-ins
3 Republican Ron Maurer
of Grants Pass
Retired[5] Republican Wally Hicks 16,054
Constitution Barbara L. Gonzalez 4,345
write-ins
4 Republican Dennis Richardson
of Central Point
Re-elected Republican Dennis Richardson 17,495
Democratic Richard (Rick) Levine 7,279
write-ins
5 Democratic Peter Buckley
of Ashland
Re-elected Democratic Peter Buckley 16,120
Republican Sandra A. Abercrombie 9,632
write-ins
6 Republican Sal Esquivel
of Medford
Re-elected Republican Sal Esquivel 12,407
Democratic Lynn Howe 9,468
write-ins
7 Republican Bruce Hanna
of Roseburg
Re-elected Republican Bruce Hanna 16,066
Democratic Sara Byers 8,832
write-ins
8 Democratic Paul Holvey
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Paul Holvey 17,715
Republican Simone Gordon 6,581
write-ins
9 Democratic Arnie Roblan
of Coos Bay
Re-elected Democratic Arnie Roblan 12,094
Republican R. Scott Roberts 10,824
write-ins
10 Democratic Jean Cowan
of Newport
Re-elected Democratic Jean Cowan 14,475
Republican Becky Lemler 10,323
write-ins
11 Democratic Phil Barnhart
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Phil Barnhart 15,244
Republican Kelly R. Lovelace 12,657
write-ins
12 Democratic Terry Beyer
of Springfield
Re-elected Democratic Terry Beyer 10,170
Republican Sean VanGordon 7,727
write-ins
13 Democratic Nancy Nathanson
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Nancy Nathanson 15,967
Republican Bill Young 7,890
Pacific Green Mark Callahan 749
write-ins
14 Democratic Val Hoyle
of Eugene
Re-elected Democratic Val Hoyle 11,336
Republican Dwight Coon 10,041
Independent Kevin Prociw 1,078
write-ins
15 Republican Andy Olson
of Albany
Re-elected Republican Andy Olson 17,033
Democratic Bud Laurent 7,901
write-ins
16 Democratic Sara Gelser
of Corvallis
Re-elected Democratic Sara Gelser 15,782
Republican Rose Cook 7,096
write-ins
17 Republican Sherrie Sprenger
of Scio
Re-elected Republican Sherrie Sprenger 15,719
Democratic Richard Harisay 5,689
write-ins
18 Republican Vic Gilliam
of Silverton
Re-elected Republican Vic Gilliam 14,558
Democratic Rodney E. Orr 7,919
Libertarian Martin Soehrman 489
write-ins
19 Republican Kevin Cameron
of Salem
Re-elected Republican Kevin Cameron 14,532
Democratic Claudia Kyle 9,166
write-ins
20 Republican Vicki Berger
of Salem
Re-elected Republican Vicki Berger 15,143
Democratic Mike Powers 8,816
write-ins
21 Democratic Brian Clem
of Salem
Re-elected Democratic Brian Clem 9,028
Republican Marvin Sannes 6,494
write-ins
22 Democratic Betty Komp
of Woodburn
Re-elected Democratic Betty Komp 6,083
Republican Kathy LeCompte 5,460
write-ins
23 Republican Jim Thompson
of Dallas
Re-elected Republican Jim Thompson 16,371
Democratic Wesley W. West 7,661
write-ins
24 Republican Jim Weidner
of McMinnville
Re-elected Republican Jim Weidner 13,787
Democratic Susan Sokol Blosser 11,380
write-ins
25 Republican Kim Thatcher
of Keizer
Re-elected Republican Kim Thatcher 14,770
Democratic Jim Dyer 7,530
write-ins
26 Republican Matt Wingard
of Wilsonville
Re-elected Republican Matt Wingard 16,362
Democratic Sandy Webb 10,382
write-ins
27 Democratic Tobias Read
of Beaverton
Re-elected Democratic Tobias Read 15,398
Republican Dan Lucas 9,328
write-ins
28 Democratic Jeff Barker
of Aloha
Re-elected Democratic Jeff Barker 10,314
Republican Bill Berg 7,787
write-ins
29 Democratic Chuck Riley
of Hillsboro
Retired[6] Republican Katie Eyre Brewer 9,035
Democratic Katie Riley 8,009
write-ins
30 Democratic David Edwards
of Hillsboro
Retired Republican Shawn Lindsay 12,501
Democratic Doug Ainge 10,893
write-ins
31 Democratic Brad Witt
of Clatskanie
Re-elected Democratic Brad Witt 13,804
Republican Ed DeCoste 10,300
write-ins
32 Democratic Deborah Boone
of Cannon Beach
Re-elected Democratic Deborah Boone 12,977
Republican Lew Barnes 11,832
write-ins
33 Democratic Mitch Greenlick
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Mitch Greenlick 20,101
Republican Michael Bieker 10,862
write-ins
34 Democratic Chris Harker
of Beaverton
Re-elected Democratic Chris Harker 11,439
Republican Tyler Hill 7,420
Libertarian James Foster 476
write-ins
35 Democratic Larry Galizio
of Tigard
Retired Democratic Margaret Doherty 12,991
Republican Gordon Fiddes 9,864
write-ins
36 Democratic Mary Nolan
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Mary Nolan 21,407
Republican Diane Schendel 5,776
write-ins
37 Republican Scott Bruun
of West Linn
Retired[7] Republican Julie Parrish 13,498
Democratic Will Rasmussen 12,982
write-ins
38 Democratic Chris Garrett
of Lake Oswego
Re-elected Democratic Chris Garrett 16,815
Republican Rob Gardier 10,957
write-ins
39 Republican Bill Kennemer
of Oregon City
Re-elected Republican Bill Kennemer 14,284
Democratic Alice Norris 10,284
write-ins
40 Democratic Dave Hunt
of Gladstone
Re-elected Democratic Dave Hunt 12,500
Republican Deborah J. Gerritzen 8,135
write-ins
41 Democratic Carolyn Tomei
of Milwaukie
Re-elected Democratic Carolyn Tomei 17,092
Republican Hugo Schulz 5,385
write-ins
42 Democratic Jules Bailey
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Jules Bailey 22,020
Republican Cliff Hutchison 2,470
Pacific Green Chris Extine 1,405
write-ins
43 Democratic Lew Frederick
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Lew Frederick 19,821
write-ins
44 Democratic Tina Kotek
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Tina Kotek 16,517
Republican Kitty C. Harmon 3,812
write-ins
45 Democratic Michael Dembrow
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Michael Dembrow 18,945
Republican Anne Marie Gurney 4,932
write-ins
46 Democratic Ben Cannon
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Ben Cannon 18,418
Republican Russell Turner 3,827
write-ins
47 Democratic Jefferson Smith
of Portland
Re-elected Democratic Jefferson Smith 10,395
Republican Dee Flowers 6,256
write-ins
48 Democratic Mike Schaufler
of Happy Valley
Re-elected Democratic Mike Schaufler 9,719
Independent Jeff Caton 7,246
write-ins
49 Democratic Nick Kahl
of Gresham
Lost re-election Republican Matt Wand 8,967
Democratic Nick Kahl 7,857
write-ins
50 Democratic Greg Matthews
of Gresham
Re-elected Democratic Greg Matthews 10,550
Republican Andre Wang 8,983
write-ins
51 Democratic Brent Barton
of Clackamas
Retired[6] Republican Patrick Sheehan 12,409
Democratic Cheryl Myers 10,330
write-ins
52 Democratic Suzanne VanOrman
of Corbett
Lost re-election Republican Mark Johnson 14,012
Democratic Suzanne VanOrman 10,739
write-ins
53 Republican Gene Whisnant
of Sunriver
Re-elected Republican Gene Whisnant 21,532
Democratic John Huddle 8,012
write-ins
54 Republican Judy Stiegler
of Bend
Lost re-election Republican Jason Conger 16,391
Democratic Judy Stiegler 12,771
Independent Mike Kozak 2,074
write-ins
55 Republican George Gilman
of Bend
Retired Republican Mike McLane 17,204
write-ins
56 Republican Bill Garrard
of Klamath Falls
Re-elected Republican Bill Garrard 15,402
write-ins
57 Republican Greg Smith
of Heppner
Re-elected Republican Greg Smith 16,211
Democratic Jean A. Falbo 4,721
write-ins
58 Republican Bob Jenson
of Pendleton
Re-elected Republican Bob Jenson 11,310
Democratic Pete Wells 3,772
write-ins
59 Republican John Huffman
of The Dalles
Re-elected Republican John Huffman 15,033
Democratic Will Boettner 6,565
write-ins
60 Republican Cliff Bentz
of Ontario
Re-elected Republican Cliff Bentz 15,341
write-ins

See also

Sources

ORESTAR, the online elections system of the Oregon Secretary of State's Elections Division

References

  1. ^ a b c "Oregon Legislature election results". OregonLive.com. Retrieved November 5, 2010.
  2. ^ "November 2, 2010, General Election Abstracts of Votes: State Senate" (PDF). Oregon Secretary of State. Retrieved June 28, 2012.
  3. ^ Ran unsuccessfully for Oregon State Treasurer
  4. ^ "November 2, 2010, General Election Abstracts of Votes: State Representative" (PDF). Oregon Secretary of State. Retrieved June 21, 2012.
  5. ^ Ran unsuccessfully for Oregon Superintendent of Public Instruction
  6. ^ a b Ran unsuccessfully for the Oregon Senate
  7. ^ Ran unsuccessfully for U.S. Representative in the 5th district
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