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2010 Wisconsin elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Wisconsin spring nonpartisan primary election was held February 16, 2010. The Wisconsin spring nonpartisan general election was held April 6, 2010. Voters statewide cast ballots for Wisconsin Court of Appeals and Wisconsin Circuit Court judges.[1]

The Wisconsin fall partisan election was held on Tuesday, November 2, 2010. Primary elections were held on September 14, 2010.[2] Voters cast ballots for U.S. Congress, U.S. Senate, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, half of the state's Senate seats and all of the state's Assembly seats.[3] In addition, numerous elections were held on the local level.

The 2010 elections in Wisconsin mainly saw large gains for the Republican Party, with Scott Walker being elected Wisconsin governor, Ron Johnson winning the contested U.S. Senate seat, and with the GOP gaining majorities in the state's U.S. House delegation, State Assembly, and State Senate.[4][5]

Spring nonpartisan election

Incumbent Joan F. Kessler was elected to the Court of Appeals for District 1 with 98% of the vote. Paul F. Reilly was elected to the Court of Appeals for District 2 with 53% of the vote over Linda M. Van De Water, after incumbent Harry G. Snyder did not run for re-election. In the Court of Appeals for District 4, Brian Blanchard was elected with 63% of the vote over Edward E. Leineweber after incumbent Charles P. Dykman decided not to run again.[6]

Federal

United States Senate

Incumbent Democratic Senator Russ Feingold was challenged by Republican businessman Ron Johnson and Rob Taylor of the Constitution Party. Johnson defeated Feingold in the general election with 51.86% of the vote to Feingold's 47.02% and Taylor's 1.08%.[7]

United States House

All 8 of Wisconsin's seats in the United States House of Representatives were up for election in 2010. The Republican Party gained 2 seats, taking a 5-3 majority in the Wisconsin House delegation.[7][8]

State

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Incumbent Governor Jim Doyle did not run for re-election. Democrat Tom Barrett and Republican Scott Walker, along with several third-party candidates, contested the seat. Walker defeated Barrett in the general election with 52.25% of the vote to Barrett's 46.48%.[7]

Attorney General

Incumbent Republican J.B. Van Hollen defeated Democrat Scott Hassett in the race for Wisconsin Attorney General, winning 57.79% of the vote to Hassett's 42.13%.[7]

Secretary of State

Incumbent Democrat Doug La Follette defeated Republican David King in the race for Wisconsin Secretary of State, winning 51.61% to King's 48.3%.[7]

Treasurer

Republican challenger Kurt W. Schuller defeated incumbent Democrat Dawn Marie Sass in the race for Wisconsin Treasurer, winning 53.39% of the vote to Sass's 46.47%.[7]

State Senate

The 17 odd-numbered seats of the Wisconsin Senate were up for election in 2010.[7] The Republican Party won control of the State Senate.[5]

Wisconsin Senate Elections[9]
District Incumbent
2006 Vote[10]
2006 Status Democratic Republican Libertarian Independent Winner
2010 Vote[11]
SD-1 Alan Lasee
55.12%
Re-election Monk Elmer Frank Lasee Frank Lasee
60.04%*
SD-3 Tim Carpenter
98.51%
Re-election Tim Carpenter Annette Miller Krznarich Tim Carpenter
61.09%*
SD-5 Jim Sullivan
51.68%
Re-election Jim Sullivan Leah Vukmir Leah Vukmir
52.15%*
SD-7 Jeffrey Plale
62.61%
Open Chris Larson Jess Ripp Chris Larson
57.11%*
SD-9 Joe Leibham
59.36%
Re-election Jason B. Borden Joe Leibham Joe Leibham
73.11%*
SD-11 Neal Kedzie
67.4%
Re-election L.D. Rockwell Neal Kedzie Neal Kedzie
75.37%*
SD-13 Scott L. Fitzgerald
96.87%
Re-election Dwayne Block Luther Olsen Vittorio Spadaro Scott L. Fitzgerald
67.61%*
SD-15 Judy Robson
68.18%
Open Tim Cullen Rick Richard Tim Cullen
58.98%*
SD-17 Dale Schultz
54.19%
Re-election Carol Beals Dale Schultz Dale Schultz
62.56%*
SD-19 Michael Ellis
98.66%
Re-election Michael Ellis Michael Ellis
99.04%*
SD-21 John Lehman
53.03%
Re-election John Lehman Van H. Wanggaard Van H. Wanggaard
52.52%*
SD-23 Pat Kreitlow
50.84%
Re-election Pat Kreitlow Terry Moulton Terry Moulton
54.2%*
SD-25 Bob Jauch
62.24%
Re-election Bob Jauch Dane Deutsch Bob Jauch
100%*
SD-27 Jon Erpenbach
99.32%
Re-election Jon Erpenbach Kurt Schlicht Jon Erpenbach
61.84%*
SD-29 Russ Decker
67.68%
Re-election Russ Decker Pam Galloway Pam Galloway
52.26%*
SD-31 Kathleen Vinehout
51.58%
Re-election Kathleen Vinehout Ed Thompson Kathleen Vinehout
50.27%*
SD-33 Ted Kanavas
67.29%
Open Rich Zipperer Rich Zipperer
99.51%*

State Assembly

All 99 seats in the Wisconsin Assembly were up for election in 2010.[7] The Republican Party won control of the Assembly.[5]

References

  1. ^ http://elections.state.wi.us/subcategory.asp?linksubcatid=3128&linkcatid=3163&linkid=155&locid=47]#. Retrieved 2010-02-24. Missing or empty |title= (help)[dead link]
  2. ^ "2010 Fall Partisan Primary Results". elections.wi.gov. Retrieved December 3, 2016.
  3. ^ Constitution of the State of Wisconsin, Sections 4 and 5.
  4. ^ "Wisconsin: GOP Wins Senate, House, Gov. Seats, Ousting Feingold". USA Today (from the Associated Press). November 3, 2010. Retrieved November 24, 2016.
  5. ^ a b c Stein, Jason; Johnson, Annysa (November 3, 2010). "Republicans Take Over State Senate, Assembly". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved November 24, 2016.
  6. ^ [1]
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h "2010 Fall General Election" (PDF). State of Wisconsin. 2010-12-01. Retrieved 2015-03-30.
  8. ^ "Statistics of the Congressional Election of November 2, 2010" (PDF). clerk.house.gov. June 3, 2011. p. 55. Retrieved December 1, 2016.
  9. ^ [] - Candidate Registration
  10. ^ Wisconsin State Elections Board- Results of Fall 2006 General Election Archived 2008-04-30 at the Wayback Machine
  11. ^ [] - Results of Fall 2010 General Election

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