Georgia General Assembly elections, 2010

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The 2010 Georgia General Assembly elections occurred on November 2, 2010 to elect the members to the Georgia State Senate and Georgia House of Representatives. All fifty-six seats in the state Senate and all 180 seats in the state House were up for two year terms. The winners of this election cycle served in the 151st Georgia General Assembly.

Georgia Senate elections[edit]

Georgia State Senate elections, 2010
Georgia (U.S. state)
2008 ←
November 2, 2010 → 2012

All 56 seats in the Georgia State Senate
 
Leader Tommie Williams Robert Brown
Party Republican Democratic
Leader's seat 19th-Lyons 26th-Macon
Last election 34 22
Current seats 34 22

Incumbent President pro tempore

Tommie Williams
Republican

Retiring incumbent Senators[edit]

Democrats[edit]

Republicans[edit]

Incumbents defeated in primary[edit]

Election Results[edit]

On election day, one seat changed hands with Republicans winning the seat formerly held by J. B. Powell.[6] Senator Tim Golden's switch to the Republicans would give them an additional seat, though that is not recorded in the table below.

District Incumbent Party Elected Status 2010 Candidates
1 Buddy Carter Republican 2009 Re-elected Buddy Carter (R) 70.33%
Carry Smith (D) 29.68%
2 Lester G. Jackson Democratic 2008 Re-elected Lester G. Jackson (D) 72.56%
Michael Gaster (R) 27.44%
3 Jeff Chapman Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold William Ligon (R) 71.03%
Griffin Lotson (D) 28.97%
4 Jack Hill Republican 1990 Re-elected Jack Hill (R) unopposed
5 Curt Thompson Democratic 2004 Re-elected Curt Thompson (D) 64.66%
Garry Guan (R) 35.34%
6 Doug Stoner Democratic 2004 Re-elected Doug Stoner (D) 56.51%
Beth Pollard (R) 43.49%
7 Greg Goggans Republican 2004 Re-elected Greg Goggans (R) unopposed
8 Tim Golden Democratic 1998 Re-elected Tim Golden (D) unopposed
9 Don Balfour Republican 1992 Re-elected Don Balfour 64.46% (R)
Rashid Malik (D) 35.54%
10 Emanuel Jones Democratic 2004 Re-elected Emanuel Jones (D) unopposed
11 John Bulloch Republican 2002 Re-elected John Bulloch (R) unopposed
12 Freddie P. Sims Democratic 2008 Re-elected Freddie P. Sims (D) unopposed
13 John D. Crosby Republican 2008 Re-elected John Crosby (R) unopposed
14 George Hooks Democratic 1990 Re-elected George Hooks (D) unopposed
15 Ed Harbison Democratic 1992 Re-elected Ed Harbison (D) unopposed
16 Ronnie Chance Republican 2004 Re-elected Ronnie Chance (R) unopposed
17 John Douglas Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold Rick Jeffares 64.06% (R)
Jim Nichols (D) 35.95%
18 Cecil Staton Republican 2004 Re-elected Cecil Staton (R) unopposed
19 Tommie Williams Republican 1998 Re-elected Tommie Williams (R) unopposed
20 Ross Tolleson Republican 2002 Re-elected Ross Tolleson (R) unopposed
21 Chip Rogers Republican 2004 Re-elected Chip Rogers (R) 80.04%
Patrick Thompson (D) 19.96%
22 Hardie Davis Democratic 2010 Re-elected Hardie Davis (D) unopposed
23 J.B. Powell Democratic 2004 Retired; Republican pickup Jesse Stone (R) 93.51
Diane Evans (I) 6.49%
24 Bill Jackson Republican 2007 Re-elected Bill Jackson (R) unopposed
25 Johnny Grant Republican 2004 Re-elected Johnny Grant (R) 62.31%
Floyd L. Griffin (D) 37.69%
26 Robert Brown Democratic 1991 Re-elected Robert Brown (D) unopposed
27 Jack Murphy Republican 2006 Re-elected Jack Murphy (R) unopposed
28 Mitch Seabaugh Republican 2000 Re-elected Mitch Seabaugh (R) unopposed
29 Seth Harp Republican 2000 Retired; Republican hold Joshua McKoon (R) 65.68%
Evelyn Thompson Anderson (D) 34.32%
30 Bill Hamrick Republican 2000 Re-elected Bill Hamrick (R) 67.91%
Pat Rhudy (D) 32.09%
31 Bill Heath Republican 2004 Re-elected Bill Heath (R) 72.17%
Tracy Gene Bennett (D) 27.83%
32 Judson Hill Republican 2004 Re-elected Judson Hill (R) unopposed
33 Steve Thompson Democratic 1990 Re-elected Steve Thompson (D) 58.71%
Craig Prewett (R) 41.29%
34 Valencia Seay Democratic 2002 Running Valencia Seay (D) 74.01%
Tiger Billingslea (R) 25.99%
35 Donzella James Democratic 1993/2009 Running Donzella James (D) unopposed
36 Nan Grogan Orrock Democratic 2006 Re-elected Nan Orrock (D) unopposed
37 John J. Wiles Republican 2004 Defeated in primary; Republican hold Lindsey Tippins (R) unopposed
38 Horacena Tate Democratic 1998 Re-elected Horacena Tate (D) 64.06%
Beth Beskin (R) 35.94%
39 Vincent Fort Democratic 1996 Re-elected Vincent Fort (D) unopposed
40 Dan Weber Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold Fran Millar (R) 65.33%
Eric Christ (D) 34.67%
41 Steve Henson Democratic 1990/2002 Re-elected Steve Henson (D) 57.51%
Alex Johnson (R) 42.49%
42 Jason Carter Democratic 2010 Re-elected Jason Carter (D) unopposed
43 Ronald Ramsey, Jr. Democratic 2006 Re-elected Ronald Ramsey, Jr. (D) 79.84%
Diana Williams (R) 20.16%
44 Gail Buckner Democratic 2008 Retired; Democratic hold Gail Davenport (D) 97.17%
Carlotta Harrell (I) 2.83%
45 Renee Unterman Republican 2002 Re-elected Renee Unterman (R) unopposed
46 William Cowsert Republican 2006 Re-elected William Cowsert (R) unopposed
47 Ralph Hudgens Republican 2002 Retired; Republican hold Frank Ginn (R) 65.33%
Tim Riley (D) 34.67%
48 David Shafer Republican 2002 Re-elected David Shafer (R) unopposed
49 Butch Miller Republican 2010 Re-elected Butch Miller (R) unopposed
50 Jim Butterworth Republican 2008 Re-elected Jim Butterworth (R) unopposed
51 Chip Pearson Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold Steve Gooch (R) 81.92%
Joseph Mann (D) 18.08%
52 Preston Smith Republican 2002 Retired; Republican hold Barry Loudermilk (R) 75.06%
Mike Burton (D) 24.94%
53 Jeff Mullis Republican 2000 Re-elected Jeff Mullis (R) unopposed
54 Don Thomas Republican 1996 Retired; Republican hold Charlie Bethel (R) unopposed
55 Gloria Butler Democratic 1998 Re-elected Gloria Butler (D) unopposed
56 Dan Moody Republican 2002 Retired; Republican hold John Albers (R) unopposed

Georgia House of Representatives elections[edit]

Georgia House of Representatives elections, 2010
Georgia (U.S. state)
2008 ←
November 2, 2010 → 2012

All 180 seats in the Georgia House of Representatives
 
Leader David Ralston DuBose Porter
Party Republican Democratic
Leader's seat 7th-Blue Ridge 143rd-Dublin
Last election 105, 58.33% 75, 41.67%
Current seats 105, 58.33% 75, 41.67%

Incumbent Speaker

David Ralston
Republican

Retiring incumbent Representatives[edit]

Democrats[edit]

Republicans[edit]

Incumbents defeated in primary[edit]

Election Results[edit]

On election day, Republicans made a net gain of three seats.[25] However Republicans would make additional gains when Democratic Representatives changed their party affiliation, though this is not recorded in the table below.

District Incumbent Party Elected Status 2010 Candidates
1 Jay Neal Republican 2004 Re-elected Jay Neal (R) unopposed
2 Martin Scott Republican 2004 Re-elected Martin Scott (R) unopposed
3 Tom Weldon, Jr. Republican 2008 Re-elected Tom Weldon, Jr. (R) unopposed
4 Roger Williams Republican 2001 Re-elected Roger Williams (R) unopposed
5 John Meadows, III Republican 2004 Re-elected John Meadows, III (R) unopposed
6 Tom Dickson Republican 2004 Re-elected Tom Dickson (R) 77.38%
Tommy Patterson (D) 22.62%
7 David Ralston Republican 2002 Re-elected David Ralston (R) unopposed
8 Stephen Allison Republican 2008 Re-elected Stephen Allison (R) 63.95%
Jack Lance (D) 36.05%
9 Amos Amerson Republican 2000 Re-elected Amos Amerson (R) unopposed
10 Rick Austin Republican 2008 Re-elected Rick Austin (R) unopposed
11 Barbara Reece Democratic 1998 Re-elected Barbara Reece (D) unopposed
12 Rick Jasperse Republican 2010 Re-elected Rick Jasperse (R) 85.94%
Jerry Nally (D) 14.06%
13 Katie Dempsey Republican 2006 Re-elected Katie Dempsey (R) 64.64%
Bonny Askew (D) 35.36%
14 Barry Loudermilk Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold Christian Coomer (R) 78.54%
Dan Ledford (D) 21.46%
15 Paul Battles Republican 2008 Re-elected Paul Battles (R) unopposed
16 Rick Crawford Democratic 2006 Re-elected Rick Crawford (D) unopposed
17 Howard Maxwell Republican 2002 Re-elected Howard Maxwell (R) unopposed
18 Mark Butler Republican 2002 Retired; Republican hold Kevin Cooke (R) unopposed
19 Daniel Stout Republican 2010 Defeated in primary; Republican hold Paulette Braddock (R) 65.63%
Will Avery (D) 21.46%
20 Charlice Byrd Republican 2004 Re-elected Charlice Byrd (R) 78.93%
Lillian Burnaman (D) 21.07%
21 Calvin Hill Republican 2002 Re-elected Calvin Hill (R) 84.87%
Stephanie Webb (D) 15.13%
22 Sean Jerguson Republican 2006 Re-elected Sean Jerguson (R) 79.70%
Bill Brown (D) 20.30%
23 Mark Hamilton Republican 2006 Re-elected Mark Hamilton (R) unopposed
24 Tom Knox Republican 2000 Retired; Republican hold Mike Dudgeon (R) unopposed
25 James Mills Republican 1992 Re-elected James Mills (R) 84.06%
Mike Parker (D) 15.94%
26 Carl W. Rogers Republican 1994 Re-elected Carl W. Rogers (R) 71.02%
Chad Cobb (D) 28.98%
27 Doug Collins Republican 2006 Re-elected Doug Collins (R) unopposed
28 Michael Harden Republican 2008 Re-elected Michael Harden (R) 73.95%
Chris Irvin (D) 26.05%
29 Alan Powell Democratic 1990 Re-elected Alan Powell (D) unopposed
30 Tom McCall Republican 1994 Re-elected Tom McCall (R) 75.48%
Marilyn Bridges (D) 24.52%
31 Tommy Benton Republican 2004 Re-elected Tommy Benton (R) unopposed
32 Judy Manning Republican 1996 Re-elected Judy Manning (R) 74.14%
Kevin Hagler (D) 25.86%
33 Don Wix Democratic 1998 Defeated in primary; Democratic hold David Wilkerson (D) unopposed
34 Rich Golick Republican 1998 Re-elected Rich Golick (R) 59.50%
Maryline Blackburn (D) 40.49%
35 Ed Setzler Republican 2004 Re-elected Ed Setzler (R) 64.70%
Matthew Adams (D) 35.30%
36 Earl Ehrhart Republican 1988 Re-elected Earl Ehrhart (R) unopposed
37 Terry Johnson Democratic 2000/2004 Re-elected Terry Johnson (D) 53.32%
Jason Shepherd (R) 46.69%
38 Pat Dooley Democratic 2002/2008 Defeated Sam Teasley (R) 56.83%
Pat Dooley (D) 43.18%
39 Alisha Thomas Morgan Democratic 2002 Re-elected Alisha Thomas Morgan (D) unopposed
40 Rob Teilhet Democratic 2002 Retired; Democratic hold Stacey Evans (D) 68.51%
Scott McDearman (R) 31.49%
41 Sharon Cooper Republican 1996 Re-elected Sharon Cooper (R) 66.93%
Diane Lore (D) 33.07%
42 Don Parsons Republican 1994 Re-elected Don Parsons (R) unopposed
43 Bobby Franklin Republican 1996 Re-elected Bobby Franklin (R) unopposed
44 Sheila Jones Democratic 2004 Re-elected Sheila Jones (D) unopposed
45 Matt Dollar Republican 2002 Re-elected Matt Dollar (R) 74.83%
Ruth Levy (D) 25.17%
46 Jan Jones Republican 2002 Re-elected Jan Jones (R) 78.09%
Paul Kennedy (D) 21.91%
47 Chuck Martin Republican 2002 Re-elected Chuck Martin (R) unopposed
48 Harry Geisinger Republican 2004 Re-elected Harry Geisinger (R) unopposed
49 Wendell Willard Republican 2000 Re-elected Wendell Willard (R) unopposed
50 Mark Burkhalter Republican 1992 Retired; Republican hold Lynne Riley (R) unopposed
51 Tom Rice Republican 1996 Re-elected Tom Rice (R) unopposed
52 Joe Wilkinson Republican 2000 Re-elected Joe Wilkinson (R) unopposed
53 Elly Dobbs Democratic 2008 Re-elected Elly Dobbs (D) unopposed
54 Ed Lindsey Republican 2004 Re-elected Ed Lindsey (R) unopposed
55 Rashad Taylor Democratic 2008 Re-elected Rashad Taylor (D) unopposed
56 Kathy Ashe Democratic 1991 Re-elected Kathy Ashe (D) unopposed
57 Pat Gardner Democratic 2001 Re-elected Pat Gardner (D) unopposed
58 Simone Bell Democratic 2009 Re-elected Simone Bell (D) unopposed
59 Margaret Kaiser Democratic 2006 Re-elected Margaret Kaiser (D) unopposed
60 Georganna Sinkfield Democratic 1982 Retired; Democratic hold Gloria Bromell-Tinubu (D) unopposed
61 Ralph Long III Democratic 2008 Re-elected Ralph Long III (D) unopposed
62 Joe Heckstall Democratic 1994 Re-elected Joe Heckstall (D) unopposed
63 Tyrone Brooks, Sr. Democratic 1980 Re-elected Tyrone Brooks, Sr. (D) unopposed
64 Roger Bruce Democratic 2002 Re-elected Roger Bruce (D) unopposed
65 Sharon Beasley-Teague Democratic 1992 Re-elected Sharon Beasley-Teague (D) unopposed
66 Virgil Fludd Democratic 2002 Re-elected Virgil Fludd (D) unopposed
67 Bill Hembree Republican 1998 Re-elected Bill Hembree (R) 58.33%
Kimberly Alexander (D) 41.67%
68 Tim Bearden Republican 2004 Re-elected Tim Bearden (R) unopposed
69 Randy Nix Republican 2006 Re-elected Randy Nix (R) unopposed
70 Lynn Smith Republican 1996 Re-elected Lynn Smith (R) unopposed
71 Billy Horne Republican 2004 Re-elected Billy Horne (R) unopposed
72 Matthew Ramsey Republican 2007 Re-elected Matt Ramsey (R) unopposed
73 John P. Yates Republican 1988/1992 Re-elected John Yates (R) 69.96%
Rose Carroll (D) 30.04%
74 Roberta Abdul-Salaam Democratic 2004 Re-elected Roberta Abdul-Salaam (D) unopposed
75 Ron Dodson Democratic 1998/2009 Retired; Democratic hold Yasmin Neal (D) unopposed
76 Mike Glanton Democratic 2006 Retired; Democratic hold Sandra G. Scott (D) 92.03%
Gail Buckner (WI) 7.97%
77 Darryl Jordan Democratic 2000 Re-elected Darryl Jordan (D) 77.75%
James Brown (R) 22.25%
78 Glenn Baker Democratic 2008 Re-elected Glenn Baker (D) unopposed
79 Fran Millar Republican 1998 Retired; Republican hold Tom Taylor (R) 67.73%
Keith Kaylor (D) 32.27%
80 Mike Jacobs Republican 2004 Re-elected Mike Jacobs (R) 65.96%
Sandy Murray (D) 34.04%
81 Jill Chambers Republican 2002 Defeated Elena Parent (D) 52.24%
Jill Chambers (R) 47.77%
82 Kevin Levitas Democratic 2006 Retired; Democratic hold Scott Holcomb (D) unopposed
83 Mary M. Oliver Democratic 1986/2002 Re-elected Mary M. Oliver (D) unopposed
84 Stacey Abrams Democratic 2006 Re-elected Stacey Abrams (D) unopposed
85 Stephanie Benfield Democratic 1998 Re-elected Stephanie Stuckey Benfield (D) 87.14%
Ken Quarterman (R) 12.86%
86 Karla Drenner Democratic 2000 Re-elected Karla Drenner (D) unopposed
87 Michele Henson Democratic 1990 Re-elected Michele Henson (D) unopposed
88 Billy Mitchell Democratic 2002 Re-elected Billy Mitchell (D) unopposed
89 Coach Williams Democratic 2002 Re-elected Coach Williams (D) unopposed
90 Howard Mosby Democratic 2002 Re-elected Howard Mosby (D) unopposed
91 Rahn Mayo Democratic 2008 Re-elected Rahn Mayo (D) unopposed
92 Pam Stephenson Democratic 2002 Re-elected Pam Stephenson (D) unopposed
93 Dee Dawkins-Haigler Democratic 2008 Re-elected Dee Dawkins-Haigler (D) unopposed
94 Randal Mangham Democratic 2000 Retired; Democratic hold Dar'shun Kendrick (D) 82.86%
Steven Conner (R) 17.14%
95 Toney Collins Democratic 2008 Defeated in primary; Democratic hold Pam Dickerson (D) 59.24%
Rodney Upton (R) 40.76%
96 Pedro R. Marin Democratic 2002 Re-elected Pedro R. Marin (D) unopposed
97 Brooks Coleman, Jr. Republican 1992 Re-elected Brooks Coleman, Jr. (R) unopposed
98 Bobby Reese Republican 1998/2004 Retired; Republican hold Josh Clark (R) unopposed
99 Hugh Floyd Democratic 2002 Re-elected Hugh Floyd (D) unopposed
100 Brian W. Thomas Democratic 2004 Re-elected Brian W. Thomas (D) unopposed
101 Mike Coan Republican 1996 Retired; Republican hold Buzz Brockway (R) unopposed
102 Clay Cox Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold B.J. Pak (R) 68.57%
Porter Deal (D) 31.43%
103 David Casas Republican 2002 Re-elected David Casas (R) 60.81%
Allan Burns (D) 39.19%
104 Lee Thompson Democratic 2008 Defeated Valerie Clark (R) 53.98%
Lee Thompson (D) 46.02%
105 Donna Sheldon Republican 2002 Re-elected Donna Sheldon (R) unopposed
106 Melvin Everson Republican 2005 Retired; Republican hold Brett Harrell (R) 61.95%
Steffini Bethea (D) 38.05%
107 Len Walker Republican 1994 Re-elected Len Walker (R) unopposed
108 Terry England Republican 2004 Re-elected Terry England (R) 99.81%
Kirk Howell (I) .19%
109 Steve Davis Republican 2004 Re-elected Steve Davis (R) 54.51%
Matt Roberts (D) 45.49%
110 John Lunsford Republican 2000 Retired; Republican hold Andy Welch (R) 66.41%
Rudy Cox (D) 33.59%
111 Jeff May Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold Bruce Williamson (R) unopposed
112 Doug Holt Republican 2004 Re-elected Doug Holt (R) unopposed
113 Bob Smith Republican 1998 Retired; Republican hold Hank Huckaby (R) 72.47%
Suzy Compere (D) 27.53%
114 Keith Heard Democratic 1992 Re-elected Keith Heard (D) unopposed
115 Doug McKillip Democratic 2006 Re-elected Doug McKillip (D) unopposed
116 Mickey Channell Republican 1992 Re-elected Mickey Channell (R) unopposed
117 Lee Anderson Republican 2008 Re-elected Lee Anderson (R) unopposed
118 Ben Harbin Republican 1994 Re-elected Ben Harbin (R) unopposed
119 Barbara Sims Republican 2006 Re-elected Barbara Sims (R) unopposed
120 Quincy Murphy Democratic 2002 Re-elected Quincy Murphy (D) unopposed
121 Wayne Howard Democratic 2006 Re-elected Wayne Howard (D) unopposed
122 Earnie Smith Democratic 2009 Re-elected Earnie Smith (D) unopposed
123 Gloria Frazier Democratic 2006 Re-elected Gloria Frazier (D) unopposed
124 Sistie Hudson Democratic 1996 Re-elected Sistie Hudson (D) 53.25%
Charles Ashfield (R) 46.75%
125 Jim Cole Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold Susan Holmes (R) 64.74%
David Gault (D) 35.26%
126 David Knight Republican 2004 Re-elected David Knight (R) unopposed
127 Billy Maddox Republican 2007 Re-elected Billy Maddox (R) unopposed
128 Carl Von Epps Democratic 1992 Re-elected Carl Von Epps (D) unopposed
129 Kip Smith Republican 2009 Re-elected Kip Smith (R) unopposed
130 Debbie Buckner Democratic 2002 Re-elected Debbie Buckner (D) unopposed
131 Richard H. Smith Republican 2004 Re-elected Richard H. Smith (R) unopposed
132 Calvin Smyre Democratic 1974 Re-elected Calvin Smyre (D) unopposed
133 Carolyn Hugley Democratic 1992 Re-elected Carolyn Hugley (D) unopposed
134 Mike Cheokas Democratic 2004 Re-elected Mike Cheokas (D) unopposed
135 Lynmore James Democratic 1992 Re-elected Lynmore James (D) unopposed
136 Tony Sellier Republican 2006 Re-elected Tony Sellier (R) 69.29%
Sharon Howard (D) 30.71%
137 Allen Peake Republican 2006 Re-elected Allen Peake (R) unopposed
138 Nikki Randall Democratic 1999 Re-elected Nikki Randall (D) unopposed
139 David Lucas, Sr. Democratic 1974 Re-elected David Lucas, Sr. (D) unopposed
140 Bubber Epps Democratic 2008 Re-elected Bubber Epps (D) 55.53%
Allen G. Freeman (R) 44.47%
141 Rusty Kidd Independent 2009 Re-elected Rusty Kidd (I) 57.31%
Quentin Howell (D) 42.69%
142 Mack Jackson Democratic 2008 Re-elected Mack Jackson (D) unopposed
143 DuBose Porter Democratic 1982 Retired; Republican pickup Matt Hatchett (R) 54.71%
Pablo Santamaria (D) 45.29%
144 Jimmy Pruett Republican 2006 Re-elected Jimmy Pruett (R) unopposed
145 Willie Talton Republican 2004 Re-elected Willie Talton (R) 57.53%
Fenika Miller (D) 42.47%
146 Larry O'Neal Republican 2001 Re-elected Larry O'Neal (R) unopposed
147 Buddy Harden Republican 2008 Re-elected Buddy Harden (R) unopposed
148 Bob Hanner Democratic 1974 Re-elected Bob Hanner (D) unopposed
149 Gerald Greene Democratic 1982 Re-elected Gerald Greene (D) unopposed
150 Winfred Dukes Democratic 1996 Re-elected Winfred Dukes (D) 66.52%
Karen Kemp (R) 33.48%
151 Carol Fullerton Democratic 2008 Re-elected Carol Fullerton (D) unopposed
152 Ed Rynders Republican 2002 Re-elected Ed Rynders (R) unopposed
153 Austin Scott Republican 1996 Retired; Republican hold Tony McBrayer (R) 61.78%
John Tibbetts (D) 38.22%
154 Jay Roberts Republican 2002 Re-elected Jay Roberts (R) unopposed
155 Greg Morris Republican 1998 Re-elected Greg Morris (R) unopposed
156 Butch Parrish Republican 1984 Re-elected Butch Parrish (R) unopposed
157 Jon Burns Republican 2004 Re-elected Jon Burns (R) 67.36%
Elizabeth Johnson (D) 32.64%
158 Bob Lane Republican 1980 Retired; Republican hold Jan Tankersley (R) unopposed
159 Ann Purcell Republican 1990/2009 Re-elected Ann Purcell (R) 71.93%
Tawana Garrett (D) 28.08%
160 Bob Bryant Democratic 2004 Re-elected Bob Bryant (D) 77.70%
Joseph Woods (R) 22.30%
161 Mickey Stephens Democratic 2008 Re-elected Mickey Stephens (D) unopposed
162 J. Craig Gordon Democratic 2006 Re-elected J. Craig Gordon (D) unopposed
163 Burke Day Republican 1993 Retired; Republican hold Ben Watson (R) 80.18%
Jeremy Scheinbart (D) 19.82%
164 Ron Stephens Republican 1997 Re-elected Ron Stephens (R) 67.71%
Zena McClain (D) 32.29%
165 Al Williams Democratic 2002 Re-elected Al Williams (D) unopposed
166 Terry Barnard Republican 1994 Retired; Republican hold Delvis Dutton (R) unopposed
167 Roger B. Lane Republican 2004 Re-elected Roger B. Lane (R) unopposed
168 Tommy Smith Republican 1978 Re-elected Tommy Smith (R) unopposed
169 Chuck Sims Republican 1996 Re-elected Chuck Sims (R) unopposed
170 Penny Houston Republican 1997 Re-elected Penny Houston (R) unopposed
171 Jay Powell Republican 2008 Re-elected Jay Powell (R) 60.51%
James Timmons (D) 39.49%
172 Gene Maddox Republican 2004 Re-elected Gene Maddox (R) 58.26%
Marjean Boyd (D) 41.74%
173 Mike Keown Republican 2004 Retired; Republican hold Darlene Taylor (R) 67.73%
Haley Shank (D) 32.27%
174 Ellis Black Democratic 2000 Re-elected Ellis Black (D) unopposed
175 Amy Carter Democratic 2006 Re-elected Amy Carter (D) unopposed
176 Jay Shaw Democratic 1994 Retired; Republican pickup Jason Shaw (R) 69.04%
Debra Tann (D) 30.96%
177 Mark Hatfield Republican 2004 Re-elected Mark Hatfield (R) unopposed
178 Mark Williams Republican 2006 Re-elected Mark Williams (R) unopposed
179 Jerry Keen Republican 2000 Retired; Republican hold Alex Atwood (R) 61.39%
Audrey Stewart (D) 38.61%
180 Cecily Hill Republican 2002 Defeated in primary; Republican hold Jason Spencer (R) 69.49%
Adell James (D) 30.51%

Vacancies (To be filled before November)[edit]

All the following special elections will occur on May 11 with runoffs to he held on June 8 if necessary.

Senate[edit]

House[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "Preliminary List of Candidates on the July 20, 2010 General Primary Election Ballot". Secretary of State of Georgia. May 2, 2010. Retrieved May 2, 2010. 
  2. ^ The Dunwoody Crier - Front
  3. ^ Thomas to retire; Williams to seek re-election | timesfreepress.com
  4. ^ Georgia Senate Press Office » Blog Archive » Sen. Dan Moody Will Not Run for State Senate in 2010
  5. ^ 7/20/2010 - State Senate
  6. ^ 11/2/2010 - State Senate
  7. ^ Familiar faces enter Clayton political races
  8. ^ a b c "Preliminary List of Candidates on the July 20, 2010 General Primary Election Ballot". Secretary of State of Georgia. May 2, 2010. Retrieved May 2, 2010. 
  9. ^ Democrats get another shot to fill a state House seat | Political Insider
  10. ^ Lakeland legislator elected to DOT Board
  11. ^ peachesinregalia.com
  12. ^ peachesinregalia.com
  13. ^ Buzz Brockway To Seek State House Seat Of Retiring Rep. Mike Coan
  14. ^ "Preliminary List of Candidates on the July 20, 2010 General Primary Election Ballot". Secretary of State of Georgia. May 2, 2010. Retrieved May 2, 2010. 
  15. ^ http://www.rockdalenews.com/news/article/2829/[dead link]
  16. ^ peachesinregalia.com
  17. ^ Jim Cole Not SOS; Not Running For Re-Election, Either—Peach Pundit
  18. ^ a b "Preliminary List of Candidates on the July 20, 2010 General Primary Election Ballot". Secretary of State of Georgia. May 2, 2010. Retrieved May 2, 2010. 
  19. ^ Rep. Bob Lane announces retirement
  20. ^ State Rep. Burke Day won't seek re-election | savannahnow.com
  21. ^ The Glennville Sentinel
  22. ^ House Majority Leader Jerry Keen bows out | Political Insider
  23. ^ a b c 8/10/2010 - State House
  24. ^ 7/20/2010 - State House
  25. ^ 11/2/2010 - State House

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