New York Comptroller election, 2010

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

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
Total votes 4,475,534 100.0

External links[edit]

References[edit]

Preceded by
2006
New York Comptroller election
2010
Succeeded by
2014