Pennsylvania Senate elections, 2010

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The 2010 elections for the Pennsylvania State Senate were held on November 2, 2010, with the even-numbered districts contested. Necessary primary elections were held on May 18, 2010.[1] The term of office for those elected in 2010 run from January 4, 2011 until November 30, 2014. State Senators are elected for four year terms, with half of the seats in the Senate up for election every two years.

Make-up of the Senate following the 2010 elections[edit]

Affiliation Members
Democratic 20
Republican 30
Total 50

General election[edit]

District Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes  %
2 Democratic Christine Tartaglione Re-elected


Democratic Christine Tartaglione 37,417 81.8
Republican Gary Adam Feldman 8,310 18.2
4 Democratic LeAnna Washington Re-elected


Democratic LeAnna Washington 83,110 100.0
6 Republican Tommy Tomlinson Re-elected


Republican Tommy Tomlinson 48,419 58.4
Democratic Bryan Allen 34,536 41.6
8 Democratic Anthony H. Williams Re-elected


Democratic Anthony H. Williams 62,195 86.0
Republican Rhashea Harmon 10,128 14.0
10 Republican Chuck McIlhinney Re-elected


Republican Chuck McIlhinney 57,349 59.8
Democratic Cynthia M. Philo 38,509 40.2
12 Republican Stewart Greenleaf Re-elected


Republican Stewart Greenleaf 61,802 64.0
Democratic Ruth S. Damsker 34,745 36.0
14 Democratic Ray Musto Retired


Democratic John Yudichak 37,047 55.9
Republican Stephen Urban 25,604 38.6
Libertarian Betsy Summers 3,685 5.6
16 Republican Pat Browne Re-elected


Republican Pat Browne 46,076 61.5
Democratic Richard J. Orloski 28,883 38.5
18 Democratic Lisa Boscola Re-elected


Democratic Lisa Boscola 44,503' 60.9
Republican Matt Connolly 28,503 39.1
20 Republican Lisa Baker Re-elected


Republican Lisa Baker 62,391 100.0
22 Democratic Bob Mellow Retired


Democratic John Blake 49,047 62.7
Republican Frank Scavo 29,128 37.3
24 Republican Bob Mensch Re-elected


Republican Bob Mensch 51,911 60.3
Democratic Bill Wallace 34,220 39.7
26 Republican Edwin Erickson Re-elected


Republican Edwin Erickson 52,932 58.4
Democratic Michael T. Farrell 37,773 41.6
28 Republican Mike Waugh Re-elected


Republican Mike Waugh 61,803 84.3
Libertarian Edward W. Gately, Sr. 11,479 15.7
30 Republican John Eichelberger Re-elected


Republican John Eichelberger 66,197 100.0
32 Democratic Rich Kasunic Re-elected


Democratic Rich Kasunic 57,570 100.0
34 Republican Jake Corman Re-elected


Republican Jake Corman 52,858 69.2
Democratic Jon Eich 23,481 30.8
36 Republican Mike Brubaker Re-elected


Republican Mike Brubaker 65,153 100.0
38 Democratic Jim Ferlo Re-elected


Democratic Jim Ferlo 53,595' 100.0
40 Republican Jane Orie Re-elected


Republican Jane Orie 51,578 57.9
Democratic Dan DeMarco 41,959 42.2
42 Democratic Wayne Fontana Re-elected


Democratic Wayne Fontana 50,994 100.0
44 Republican John Rafferty, Jr. Re-elected


Republican John Rafferty, Jr. 55,418 62.1
Democratic Matt Stehman 33,802 37.9
46 Democratic Barry Stout Retired


Democratic Tim Solobay 39,530 53.3
Republican Kris Vanderman 34,597 49.7
48 Republican Mike Folmer Re-elected


Republican Mike Folmer 61,850 72.3
Democratic Jo Ellen Litz 23,565 27.7
50 Republican Robert D. Robbins Re-elected


Republican Robert D. Robbins 57,350 81.8
Independent Roberta Biros 12,725 18.2

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2010 General Primary". Pennsylvania Department of State. May 18, 2010. Retrieved October 16, 2010. 

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