Here are the unofficial results of the races for governor across the US in the Nov. 2, 2010, general election.

Winner Winners declared by the Associated Press are marked by a checkmark.

Alabama

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Robert Bentley
GOP 857,162 58%
Ron Sparks
Dem 623,492 42%

Incumbent: Republican Bob Riley, who can not run again because of term limits.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Alaska

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Sean Parnell
GOP 119,347 59%
Ethan Berkowitz
Dem 77,552 38%
Don Wright
AKI 3,774 2%
Billy Toien
Lib 2,051 1%

Incumbent: Parnell

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Arizona

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Jan Brewer
GOP 784,270 55%
Terry Goddard
Dem 602,941 42%
Barry Hess
Lib 31,053 2%
Larry Gist
Grn 12,795 1%

Incumbent: Brewer

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Arkansas

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Mike Beebe
Dem 498,755 64%
Jim Keet
GOP 260,282 34%
Jim Lendall
Grn 14,525 2%

Incumbent: Beebe

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

California

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Jerry Brown
Dem 4,078,542 54%
Meg Whitman
GOP 3,141,312 41%
Chelene Nightingale
AIP 121,029 2%
Dale Ogden
Lib 111,529 1%
Laura Wells
Grn 92,660 1%
Carlos Alvarez
PFP 66,559 1%

Incumbent: Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger, who can not run again because of term limits.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Colorado

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner John Hickenlooper
Dem 856,569 51%
Tom Tancredo
AmC 620,626 37%
Dan Maes
GOP 187,998 11%
Jaimes Brown
Lib 12,337 1%
Jason Clark
Una 7,988 0%
Paul Fiorino
Una 3,195 0%

Incumbent: Democrat Bill Ritter, who is not seeking a second term.

98% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Connecticut

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Dan Malloy
Dem 566,060 50%
Tom Foley
GOP 559,526 49%
Thomas Marsh
Ind 17,411 2%

Incumbent: Republican Jodi Rell, who is not seeking a second full term.

99% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Florida

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Rick Scott
GOP 2,589,915 49%
Alex Sink
Dem 2,522,857 48%
Peter Allen
Inp 122,406 2%
CC Reed
NPA 18,660 0%
Michael Arth
NPA 18,410 0%
Daniel Imperato
NPA 13,510 0%
Farid Khavari
NPA 7,363 0%

Incumbent: Republican Charlie Crist, who is running for US Senate as an independent.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Georgia

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Nathan Deal
GOP 1,341,589 53%
Roy Barnes
Dem 1,094,621 43%
John Monds
Lib 101,720 4%

Incumbent: Republican Sonny Perdue, who can not run again because of term limits.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Hawaii

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Neil Abercrombie
Dem 222,510 58%
Duke Aiona
GOP 157,098 41%
Daniel Cunningham
FEP 1,263 0%
Tom Pollard
NP 1,263 0%

Incumbent: Republican Linda Lingle, who can nor run again because of term limits.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Idaho

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner C.L. Butch Otter
GOP 266,717 59%
Keith Allred
Dem 148,233 33%
Jana Kemp
Ind 26,561 6%
Ted Dunlap
Lib 5,856 1%
Pro-Life
Ind 3,840 1%

Incumbent: Otter

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Illinois

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Pat Quinn
Dem 1,721,812 47%
Bill Brady
GOP 1,702,399 46%
Scott Lee Cohen
Ind 134,219 4%
Rich Whitney
Grn 99,625 3%
Lex Green
Lib 34,293 1%

Incumbent: Quinn

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Iowa

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Terry Branstad
GOP 589,565 53%
Chet Culver
Dem 481,297 43%
Jonathan Narcisse
Oth 20,486 2%
Eric Cooper
Lib 14,194 1%
Gregory Hughes
Ind 3,832 0%
David Rosenfeld
SWP 2,718 0%

Incumbent: Culver

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Kansas

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Sam Brownback
GOP 522,540 63%
Tom Holland
Dem 264,214 32%
Andrew Gray
Lib 21,932 3%
Ken Cannon
RP 15,050 2%

Incumbent: Democrat Mark Parkinson, who stepped in when Gov. Kathleen Sebelius was confirmed as US secretary of Health and Human Services in 2009, is not running for a full term.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Maine

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Paul LePage
GOP 215,486 38%
Eliot Cutler
Ind 205,601 37%
Libby Mitchell
Dem 107,702 19%
Shawn Moody
Ind 28,557 5%
Kevin Scott
Ind 5,642 1%

Incumbent: Democrat John Baldacci, who can not run again because of term limits.

99% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Maryland

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Martin O'Malley
Dem 966,446 56%
Robert Ehrlich
GOP 733,491 42%
Susan Gaztanaga
Lib 13,283 1%
Maria Allwine
Grn 11,022 1%
Eric Knowles
CST 8,105 0%

Incumbent: O'Malley

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Massachusetts

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Deval Patrick
Dem 1,108,404 48%
Charlie Baker
GOP 962,848 42%
Tim Cahill
Ind 183,933 8%
Jill Stein
Grn 32,823 1%

Incumbent: Patrick

Town-by-town results

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Michigan

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Rick Snyder
GOP 1,880,438 58%
Virg Bernero
Dem 1,289,928 40%
Ken Proctor
Lib 22,491 1%
Harley Mikkelson
Grn 21,312 1%
Stacey Mathia
UST 21,033 1%

Incumbent: Democrat Jennifer Granholm, who can not run again because of term limits.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Minnesota

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Mark Dayton
Dem 919,227 44%
Tom Emmer
GOP 910,474 43%
Tom Horner
Inp 251,490 12%
Chris Wright
GRP 7,515 0%
Farheen Hakeem
Grn 6,188 0%
Ken Pentel
Ind 6,180 0%
Linda Eno
Ind 4,092 0%

Incumbent: Republican Tim Pawlenty, who is not running for a third term.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Nebraska

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Dave Heineman
GOP 352,267 74%
Mike Meister
Dem 121,994 26%

Incumbent: Heineman

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Nevada

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Brian Sandoval
GOP 382,350 53%
Rory Reid
Dem 298,170 42%
None of these candidates
NPD 12,231 2%
Eugene Disimone
Ind 6,403 1%
Floyd Fitzgibbons
IAP 5,049 1%
Arthur Lampitt
Lib 4,672 1%
David Curtis
Grn 4,437 1%
Aaron Honig
Ind 3,216 0%

Incumbent: Republican Jim Gibbons, who lost in a primary to Sandoval.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

New Hampshire

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner John Lynch
Dem 239,390 53%
John Stephen
GOP 205,433 45%
John Babiarz
Lib 10,296 2%

Incumbent: Lynch

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

New Mexico

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Susana Martinez
GOP 317,421 54%
Diane Denish
Dem 274,892 46%

Incumbent: Democrat Bill Richardson, who can not run again because of term limits.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

New York

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Andrew Cuomo
Dem 2,602,443 61%
Carl Paladino
GOP 1,445,779 34%
Howie Hawkins
Grn 58,123 1%
Warren Redlich
Lib 45,865 1%
Jimmy McMillan
Oth 40,900 1%
Kristin Davis
Oth 22,931 1%
Charles Barron
Fre 20,658 0%

Incumbent: Democrat David Patterson, who took office in 2008 after the resignation of Eliot Spitzer, decided not to run for a full term.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Ohio

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner John Kasich
GOP 1,849,609 49%
Ted Strickland
Dem 1,752,507 47%
Ken Matesz
Lib 89,471 2%
Dennis Spisak
Grn 56,784 2%

Incumbent: Strickland

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Oklahoma

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Mary Fallin
GOP 624,285 60%
Jari Askins
Dem 415,150 40%

Incumbent: Democrat Brad Henry, who can not run again because of term limits.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Oregon

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner John Kitzhaber
Dem 678,986 49%
Chris Dudley
GOP 665,497 48%
Greg Kord
CST 19,430 1%
Wes Wagner
Lib 17,930 1%

Incumbent: Democrat Ted Kulongoski, who can not run again because of term limits.

99% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Pennsylvania

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Tom Corbett
GOP 2,137,983 55%
Dan Onorato
Dem 1,783,995 45%

Incumbent: Democrat Ed Rendell, who can not run again because of term limits.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Rhode Island

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Lincoln Chafee
Ind 123,398 36%
John Robitaille
GOP 114,761 34%
Frank Caprio
Dem 78,776 23%
Ken Block
Mod 22,116 6%
Joseph Lusi
Ind 1,087 0%
Todd Giroux
Ind 880 0%
Ronald Algieri
Ind 792 0%

Incumbent: Republican Donald Carcieri, who can not run again because of term limits.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

South Carolina

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Nikki Haley
GOP 674,576 51%
Vincent Sheheen
Dem 617,733 47%
Morgan Reeves
Grn 19,807 2%

Incumbent: Republican Mark Sanford, who can not run again because of term limits.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

South Dakota

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Dennis Daugaard
GOP 195,021 62%
Scott Heidepriem
Dem 122,010 38%

Incumbent: Republican Mike Rounds, who can not run again because of term limits.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Tennessee

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Bill Haslam
GOP 1,040,688 65%
Mike McWherter
Dem 529,834 33%
Carl Whitaker
Ind 6,496 0%
Brandon Dodds
Ind 4,730 0%
Bayron Binkley
Ind 4,665 0%
June Griffin
Ind 2,584 0%
Linda Perry
Ind 2,061 0%
Howard Switzer
Ind 1,885 0%
Samuel Duck
Ind 1,754 0%
Thomas Smith
Ind 1,206 0%
Toni Hall
Ind 996 0%
David Gatchell
Ind 863 0%
Boyce McCall
Ind 828 0%
James Reesor
Ind 809 0%
Mike Knois
Ind 598 0%
Donald McFolin
Ind 582 0%

Incumbent: Democrat Phil Bredesen, who can not run again because of term limits.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Texas

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Rick Perry
GOP 2,733,784 55%
Bill White
Dem 2,102,606 42%
Kathie Glass
Lib 109,057 2%
Deb Shafto
Grn 19,475 0%

Incumbent: Perry

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Utah

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Gary Herbert
GOP 381,244 64%
Peter Corroon
Dem 188,832 32%
Farley Anderson
Una 11,831 2%
Andrew McCullough
Lib 11,714 2%

Incumbent: Herbert

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Vermont

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Peter Shumlin
Dem 115,485 49%
Brian Dubie
GOP 111,988 48%
Dennis Steele
Ind 1,868 1%
Cris Ericson
Oth 1,773 1%
Dan Feliciano
Ind 1,289 1%
Em Peyton
Ind 853 0%
Ben Mitchell
LUn 423 0%

Incumbent: Republican Jim Douglas, who will not seek a fifth two-year term.

98% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Wisconsin

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Scott Walker
GOP 1,128,159 52%
Tom Barrett
Dem 1,005,008 47%
Jim Langer
Ind 10,531 0%
James James
Ind 8,287 0%
No Candidate/Virgil
Lib 6,738 0%

Incumbent: Democrat Jim Doyle, who is not seeking a third term.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

Wyoming

Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Winner Matt Mead
GOP 123,764 72%
Leslie Petersen
Dem 43,336 25%
Mike Wheeler
Lib 5,637 3%

Incumbent: Democrat Dave Freudenthal, who is not seeking a third term.

100% reporting | Updated 03:26 PM

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