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Primary Results on OC RaceTracker: House, Senate, and Gubernatorial

August 11, 2010 - by

Last night, there were 44 House primaries, 4 Senate primaries, and 7 gubernatorial primaries.  You can track them all — in fact, every race in the country, every 2010 midterm election — on our non-partisan, publicly-editable, fully-cited public resource wiki: RaceTracker.  Here are links to each race and where things stand after last night:

  • MN-04: Betty McCollum defeated Diana Longrie (87%-13%) in the Democratic primary; Teresa Collett defeated Jack Shepard (67%-33%) in the Republican primary.
  • MN-05: Keith Ellison defeated Barb Davis White and Gregg Iverson (82%-12%-7%) in the Democratic primary; Joel Demos was uncontested in the Republican primary.
  • MN-06: Tarryl Clark defeated Maureen Reed (69%-31%) in the Democratic primary; Michele Bachmann was uncontested in the Republican primary.
  • MN-07: Collin Peterson was uncontested in the Democratic primary; Lee Byberg defeated Alan Roebke in the Republican primary.
  • MN-Gov: Mark Dayton defeated Margaret Anderson Kelliher, Matt Etenza, and Peter Idusogie (41%-40%-18%-1%) in the Democratic primary; Tom Emmer defeated Bob Carnery, Leslie Davis, and Ole Savior (83%-8%-7%-3%) in the Republican primary.
  • CO-01: Diana DeGette was uncontested in the Democratic primary; New York Times reports that Mike Fallon defeated Steven Barton 100%-0% in the Republican primary.
  • CO-02: Jared Polis was uncontested in the Democratic primary; Stephen Bailey defeated Bob Brancato (69%-31%) in the Republican primary.
  • CO-03: John Salazar was uncontested in the Democratic primary; Scott Tipton defeated Bob McConnell (56%-44%) in the Republican primary.
  • CO-04: Betsy Markey and Cory Gardner were uncontested in the Democratic and Republican primaries, respectively.
  • CO-05: Kevin Bradley and Doug Lamborn were uncontested in the Democratic and Republican primaries, respectively.
  • CO-06: John Flerlage and Mike Coffman were uncontested in the Democratic and Republican primaries, respectively.
  • CO-07: Ed Perlmutter was uncontested in the Democratic primary; Ryan Frazier defeated Lang Sias (64%-36%) in the Republican primary.
  • Colorado Senate: Michael Bennet defeated Andrew Romanofff (54%-46%) in the Democratic primary; Ken Buck defeated Jane Norton (52%-48%) in the Republican primary.
  • Colorado gubernatorial: John Hickenlooper was uncontested in the Democratic primary; Dan Maes defeated Scott McInnis (51%-49%) in the Republican primary.
  • CT-01: John Larson was uncontested in the Democratic primary; Ann Brickley defeated Mark Zydanowicz (60%-40%) in the Republican primary.
  • CT-02: Joe Courtney was uncontested in the Democratic primary; Janet Peckinpaugh defeated Daria Novak and Doug Dubitsky (43%-38%-19%) in the Republican primary.
  • CT-03: Rosa DeLauro and Jerry Labriola were uncontested in the Democratic and Republican primaries, respectively.
  • CT-04: Jim Himes was uncontested in the Democratic primary; Dan Debicella defeated Rob Merkle and Rick Torres (60%-24%-15%) in the Republican primary.
  • CT-05: Chris Murphy was uncontested in the Democratic primary; Sam Caligiuri defeatd Justin Bernier and Mark Greenberg (40%-32%-28%) in the Republican primary.
  • Connecticut Senate: Richard Blumenthal was uncontested in the Democratic primary; Linda McMahon defeated Rob Simmons and Peter Schiff (49%-28%-23%) in the Republican primary.
  • Connecticut gubernatorial: Dan Malloy defeated Ned Lamont (58%-42%) in the Democratic primary; Tom Foley defeated Michael Fedele and Oz Griebel (42%-39%-19%) in the Republican primary.
  • GA-07: Rob Woodall defeated Jody Hice (56%-44%) in the Republican runoff.
  • GA-09: Tom Graves defeated Lee Hawkins (55%-45%) in the Republican runoff.
  • GA-12: Raymond McKinney defeated Carl Smith (62%-38%) in the Republican runoff.
  • GA-13: Mike Crane defeated Deborah Honeycutt (68%-32%) in the Republican runoff.
  • Georgia gubernatorial: Nathan Deal defeated Karen Handel (290,580 to 288,091 votes) in the Republican runoff.
  • note: as of 3:30 pm ET, we’re having a technical issue displaying info for U.S. Senate results over at RaceTracker, but that will be fixed soon. Until then, one of many places to see the Senate primary results from yesterday Aug. 10th is over chez NYT, viz. Elections portal. Such nice graphic design, Interactive Team! I see you guys. Oh yeah hey, RaceTracker is on a publicly-editable public-mission wiki, so if you see any info that’s not as up-to-date as possible, go ahead and contribute it (head over to the How To Participate page on the project’s community portal), or let us know: writeus (attt) opencongress (dottttt) org. Questions & comments welcome anytime. Read more About the OC Wiki and its mission to build public knowledge about politics in the open standard of semantic MediaWiki. The opening of this post and all the researeched RaceTracker updates compiled by OC Research Assistants Hilary Worden & Jason Rhee, though this last rambling update by David Moore.)
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    Abaratarrr 08/11/2010 2:19pm

    Don’t forget the libertarian primary in colorado

    “The Colorado Libertarian Party held a statewide primary on August 10. This was the first time Colorado had provided a statewide primary for any party, other than the Democratic and Republican Parties, since 1914 and 1916, years in which the Progressive (“Bull Moose”) Party had Colorado primaries.

    For Governor, Jaimes Brown defeated Dan “Kilo” Sallis, 62% to 38%. For U.S. Senate, Maclyn Stringer defeated John Finger, 53% to 47%."

    http://www.ballot-access.org/2010/08/11/colorado-libertarian-party-primary-results/

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