2010 elections

This is what is at stake in each of the states:

ALABAMA:

7 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

ALASKA:

1 US Representative, Senator, and governor.

ARIZONA:

8 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

ARKANSAS:

4 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

CALIFORNIA:

53 US Representatives, Senator and Governor.

COLORADO:

7 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

CONNECTICUT:

5 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

DELAWARE:

1 US Representatives, and Senator.

FLORIDA:

25 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

GEORGIA:

13 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

HAWAII:

2 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

IDAHO:

2 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

ILLINOIS:

19 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

INDIANA:

9 US Representatives, Senator.

IOWA:

5 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

KANSAS:

4 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

KENTUCKY:

6 US Representatives, and Senator.

LOUISIANA:

7 US Representatives, and Senator.

MAINE:

2 US Representatives, and Governor.

MARYLAND:

8 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

MASSACHUSETTS:

10 US Representatives, and Governor.

Special Senate Race: January 19th. Scott P. Brown was elected MA Junior Senator.

MICHIGAN:

15 US Representatives, and Governor.

MINNESOTA:

8 US Representatives, and Governor.

MISSISSIPPI:

4 US Representatives.

MISSOURI:

9 US Representatives, and Senator.

MONTANA:

1 US Representative.

NEBRASKA:

3 US Representatives, and Governor. [Yes, sadly Sen. Nelson is not up for re-election this year…]

NEVADA:

3 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

NEW HAMPSHIRE:

2 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

NEW JERSEY:

13 US Representatives.

NEW MEXICO:

3 US Representatives, and Governor.

NEW YORK:

29 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

NORTH CAROLINA:

13 US Representatives, and Senator.

NORTH DAKOTA:

1 US Representative, and Senator.

OHIO:

18 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

OKLAHOMA:

5 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

OREGON:

5 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

PENNSYLVANIA:

19 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

RHODE ISLAND:

2 US Representatives, and Governor.

SOUTH CAROLINA:

6 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

TENNESSEE:

9 US Representatives, and Governor.

TEXAS:

32 US Representatives, and Governor.

UTAH:

1 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

VERMONT:

1 US Representative, Senator, and Governor.

VIRGINIA:

11 US Representatives.

WASHINGTON:

9 US Representatives, and Senator.

WEST VIRGINIA:

3 US Representatives.

WISCONSIN:

8 US Representatives, Senator, and Governor.

WYOMING:

1 US Representative, and Governor.


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One Response to 2010 elections

  1. B. Johnson says:

    It is not my intention to put this blog on the defensive, but please consider the following. People have forgotten the following about the Constitution, particularly Article V and the 10th Amendment. More specifically, people have forgotten that the Founders made the 10th A. to reserve the lion’s share of government power to serve the people to the states, not the Oval Office and Congress.

    So while it is important to keep an eye on our representatives in DC, I’m going to be voting state sovereignty in 2010. In other words, I’m going to vote for both federal and state lawmakers who will use their legislative votes to return government power to the states, power which the corrupt federal government has been wrongly usurping from the states for many decades.

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