Who was FL Gov in 2010?
2010 Florida gubernatorial election
|Nominee||Rick Scott||Alex Sink|
|Running mate||Jennifer Carroll||Rod Smith|
What election happened in 2010?
The 2010 United States elections were held on Tuesday, November 2, 2010, in the middle of Democratic President Barack Obama’s first term. Republicans ended unified Democratic control of Congress and the presidency by winning a majority in the House of Representatives.
How many Republican governors were there in 2010?
2010 United States gubernatorial elections
How many terms can a VA governor serve?
Therefore, it is possible to have a Governor and Lieutenant Governor of different political parties. While the Governor is limited by the Constitution of Virginia to serving only one four year term, there is no limit on the number of terms that can be served by the Lieutenant Governor.
What was the result of the 2010 Florida governor’s race?
The 2010 governor’s race was one of Florida’s closest, decided by just over 60,000 votes. Unlike the concurrent Senate race, the governor’s race remained in doubt late into the night. When polls closed, Scott had a lead, but as the night progressed, the margin narrowed.
What happened to Charlie Crist in the 2010 Florida election?
The 2010 Florida gubernatorial election took place on November 2, 2010. Republican -turned- Independent incumbent Governor Charlie Crist chose not to run for a second term. He instead ran (unsuccessfully) for the Senate seat vacated by Mel Martínez.
How much did Rick Scott spend in the 2010 Florida primary?
The race was dominated by the two major party candidates and spending on their behalf. By the October 25, 2010, Tampa debate between Scott and Sink, Scott had spent $60 million of his own money on the campaign compared to Sink’s $28 million.