Georgia state elections, 2010

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United States Senate[edit]

United States Senate election in Georgia, 2010
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Johnny Isakson (incumbent)  %
Democratic Mike Thurmond  %
Libertarian Chuck Donovan  %
Invalid or blank votes  %
Totals ' %
Voter turnout  %

United States House of Representatives[edit]

United States House of Representatives elections in Georgia, 2010
Party Votes Percentage Seats +/–
Democratic
Republican
Libertarian
Green
Peace and Freedom
American Independent
Independent
Invalid or blank votes
Totals

State Executive Officers[edit]

Governor[edit]

Incumbent Governor Sonny Perdue (R) will be ineligible to seek re-election due to term-limits.

Other Statewide Executive Officers[edit]

Other State Executive Officer positions that will be on the ballot include Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, State School Superintendent, Commissioner of Insurance, Commissioner of Agriculture, Commissioner of Labor, and a seat on the Georgia Public Service Commission.

Georgia General Assembly[edit]

Georgia Senate[edit]

Georgia House of Representatives[edit]

Judiciary[edit]

One seat on the Supreme Court of Georgia (contested), four on the Georgia Court of Appeals (one contested), and 58 on the Georgia Superior Courts (one contested) will be up for election. All judicial elections in Georgia are officially non-partisan.

Ballot measures[edit]

Two measures, both legislatively referred constitutional amendments, will be on the ballot: the Trauma Care Funding Amendment (Impose $10 fee on car registration; funds directed to trauma care centers) and the Employment Contract Enforcement Amendment (Allow the enforcement of contracts that restrict competition during or after the term of employment).

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