U.S. congressional elections in 2010
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The U.S. general elections to elect members for Congress will be held the first Tuesday, November 2010.
Congressional primary calendar
|State||Senate Election?||Congressional Primary||Congressional Runoff||Filing Deadline for Primary Ballot Access||Filing Deadline for General Election|
|Arkansas||Yes||5/18||6/8||3/8 Noon||5/1 Noon (Independent)|
|Colorado||Yes||8/10||5/27||5/27 (Third Minor) 6/15(Independent)|
|Connecticut||Yes||8/10 ||5/25(or 14th day after convention)||8/4|
|Indiana||Yes||5/4||2/19 Noon||7/15 Noon|
|Kansas||Yes||8/3||6/10 Noon||8/2 Noon (Independent)|
|Kentucky||Yes||5/18||4/26 4pm||7/25 4pm (Independent)|
|Maine||6/8||3/25 5pm||5/25 5pm|
|Michigan||8/3||5/11 4pm||7/15 4pm (Independent)|
|New Mexico||6/1||2/9|| 6/2(Independent)
|North Carolina||Yes||5/4||6/22||2/26|| 6/25 Independent
|North Dakota||Yes||6/8||4/9 4pm||9/3 4pm|
|Northern Mariana Islands||n/a||n/a||8/4|
|Ohio||Yes||5/4||2/18|| 2/18 (Third/Minor)
|South Carolina||Yes||6/8||6/22||3/30 Noon||7/15 Noon (Independent)|
|South Dakota||Yes||6/8||6/29||3/30||6/8 (Independent)|
5/23 (Third Minor)
|Utah||Yes||6/22||3/19 5pm||3/19 5pm|
|Virginia||6/8||4/9 5pm|| 6/8 7pm (Independent)
6/14 5pm (Third/Minor)
Resources and articles
- 110th Congress
- U.S. congressional elections in 2006
- U.S. congressional elections in 2008
- U.S. presidential election, 2008 / U.S. presidential election, 2008: Campaign Issues
- U.S. House of Representatives
- U.S. Senate
- ↑ [In Connecticut, conventions are held by the Democratic and Republican parties prior to the primary. The Democratic convention date for U.S. House districts is 5/21/2010. The Republican convention date for U.S. Senate and U.S. House if 5/21/2010.]
- ↑ [In Delaware, the U.S. Senate election of for an Unexpired Term.]
- ↑ In Indiana, the Libertarian party convention date is 4/24/10. The caucus date for the Indiana Democratic Party to select its U.S. Senate nominee is 5/15/10.
- ↑ In Kansas, the Libertarian party convention date is 4/24/10. The Reform party convention is peinding.
- ↑ In Maryland, the Libertarian party convention date is 3/13/10, and the Green party convention date is 5/22/10. The caucus date for the Constitution Party of Maryland is 7/17/2010. The convention date for the Independent party is pending.
- ↑ In Michigan, the Libertarian party convention date is 5/22/2010, the U.S. Taxpayer party convention date is 6/26/2010, and the Green party convention date is 8/1/10. The Natural Law party convention date is pending.
- ↑ New York has two U.S. Senate seats up in 2010. One is for an Unexpired Term.
- ↑ In Oregon, the Constitution, Independent, Libertarian, Pacific Green, Progressive and Working Families parties may nominate by convention. Convention dates are pending.
- ↑ In Puerto Rico, the general election for Resident Commissioner to the U.S. House of Representatives is held every four years, coinciding with the U.S. Presidential electon.
- ↑ In South Carolina, the United Citizens party convention date is 3/20/10, the Libertarian party convention date is 4/17/10, the Green party convention date is 5/1/10, and the convention date for the Constitution, Independence, and Working Families parties is 5/15/10.
- ↑ In Texas, the Libertarian party convention date is 3/13/10 for Single Country U.S. Congressional Districts 7, 16, 18, 20, 29, 30, and 32. The convention date is 3/20/10 for Multi-Country U.S. Congressional Districts 1-16, 8-15, 17, 19, 21-28 and 31.
- ↑ In Utah, conventions are held by the political parties prior to the primary. The convention date for the Democratic, Republican and Constitution parties is 5/8/10. The Libertarian party convention date is 5/15/10.
- ↑ In Virginia, parties may choose to nominate by convention rather than by primary election. Democrats: Conventions will be held on 5/18/10 for U.S. House Districts 1 and 2 (caucus), 5/15/10 for Districts 7 and 9, and on 6/5/10 for District 5. The convention for District 6 was canceled. Republicans: Conventions will be held on 5/22/10 for U.S. House Districts 3 and 9. All other Congressional districts will nominate by primary election on 6/8/10.
- ↑ In Wyoming, the Libertarian party convention date is 8/16/10.
- Kos, "2010, another good Democratic map," The Daily Kos, August 22, 2007.
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