New York Comptroller election, 2010

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The New York comptroller election of 2010 involved the first election campaign of Democrat Thomas DiNapoli to the Office of State Comptroller. DiNapoli was appointed as Comptroller by a joint session of the New York State Legislature on February 7, 2007. In the general election on November 2, 2010, DiNapoli defeated Republican nominee Harry Wilson.

Candidates[edit]

Democratic Party[edit]

Republican Party[edit]

Green Party[edit]

Libertarian Party[edit]

  • John Gaetani, advocate for gold and silver investment

Polling[edit]

Democratic Primary[edit]

Poll Source Dates administered Tom DiNapoli Eliot Spitzer Undecided
Marist Poll September 17, 2009 49% 37% 14%

General Election[edit]

Poll Source Dates administered Tom DiNapoli (D) Harry Wilson (R) Undecided
NY GOP April 12, 2010 22% 25% 48%
Marist Poll June 5, 2010 42% 47% 11%
Marist Poll July 17, 2010 22% 48% 1%
Marist Poll August 1–4, 2010 42% 48% 7%
Marist Poll September 19, 2010 45% 45% 7%
Marist Poll October 7, 2010 32% 49% 1%
Marist Poll October 12, 2010 32% 35% 41%
Marist Poll October 19, 2010 49% 34% 1%
NY Post October 22, 2010 39% 45% 4%
Marist Poll October 27, 2010 42% 41% 1%
Marist Poll November 1, 2010 45% 45% 7%

General election[edit]

General election results [1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Thomas P. DiNapoli 2,272,805 50.78%
Republican Harry Wilson 2,070,349 46.26%
Green Julia A. Willebrand 104,482 2.33%
Libertarian John Gaetani 27,898 0.62%
Totals 4,475,534 100.0%

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Preceded by
2006
New York Comptroller election
2010
Succeeded by
2014