Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Next Governor Elections - 2010

Wake up people!!! We Need Balance in our Government from village to White House. America was not built on Socialist Ideas, please do your part to stop the destruction of American Ideas, History, and Culture. The Obama Administration is out of control with our money and shame on their Socialist Policy's . We can still stop them, even if its from the ground up! Get out and vote! Local elections really do matter!

“Whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these; ends life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute new government...” Thomas Jefferson

The United States gubernatorial elections of 2010 will be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2010 in 36 states and two territories, with 19 of the total seats held by Democrats and 17 by Republicans.

Next Governor Elections - 2010

Election summaries:

Retiring or term-limited Democratic governors
Kathleen Sebelius (Kansas)
John Baldacci (Maine)
Jennifer Granholm (Michigan)
Bill Richardson (New Mexico)
Brad Henry (Oklahoma)
Ted Kulongoski (Oregon)
Ed Rendell (Pennsylvania)
Phil Bredesen (Tennessee)
Dave Freudenthal (Wyoming)

Retiring or term-limited Republican governors.
Bob Riley (Alabama)
Arnold Schwarzenegger (California)
Sonny Perdue (Georgia)
Felix Camacho (Guam)
Linda Lingle (Hawaii)
Donald Carcieri (Rhode Island)
Mark Sanford (South Carolina)
Mike Rounds (South Dakota)

Democratic governors who may seek re-election or election
Mike Beebe (Arkansas)
Bill Ritter (Colorado)
Pat Quinn (Illinois)
Chet Culver (Iowa)
Martin O'Malley (Maryland)
Deval Patrick (Massachusetts)
John Lynch (New Hampshire)
David Paterson (New York)
Ted Strickland (Ohio)
John de Jongh (United States Virgin Islands)
Jim Doyle (Wisconsin)

Republican governors who may seek re-election
Jan Brewer (Arizona)
Sarah Palin (Alaska)
Jodi Rell (Connecticut)
Charlie Crist (Florida)
Butch Otter (Idaho)
Tim Pawlenty (Minnesota)
Dave Heineman (Nebraska)
Jim Gibbons (Nevada)
Rick Perry (Texas)
Jim Douglas (Vermont)


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