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Elections in Montana Federal government Presidential Elections 2000 · 2004 · 2008 Presidential Primaries Democratic primaries: 2008 Republican caucuses: 2008 U. S. Senate elections 1988 · 1994 · 1996 · 2000 · 2002 · 2006 · 2008 2012 · 2014 U. S. House elections 2006 · 2008 · 2010 · 2012 State government Gubernatorial elections 2004 · 2008 · 2012 This box: view · talk · edit Elections were held in Montana on November 2, 2010. Primary elections took place on June 8, 2010. Contents 1 Federal 1.1 United States House 2 State 2.1 Supreme Court Justice 2.2 District Court Judge 2.3 Public Service Commissioner 2.4 State Senator 2.5 State Representative 2.6 Judicial positions 2.7 Ballot measures 3 References 4 External links Federal United States House Main article: United States House of Representatives election in Montana, 2010 See also: United States House of Representatives elections, 2010 Denny Rehberg, Montana's current at-large Congressman, ran for re-election.[1] He defeated Libertarian Mike Fellows and Democrat Dennis McDonald.[2] State Many state offices in Montana, including Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Auditor, and Superintendent of Public Instruction, were not up for re-election in 2010.[1] Supreme Court Justice On the Montana Supreme Court, Supreme Court Justice #2 and Supreme Court Justice #4 were up for election.[3] District Court Judge Six seats were available in: District 1, Department 4; District 4, Department 4; District 11, Department 4; District 13, Department 6; District 19, Department 1; and District 21, Department 1.[3] Public Service Commissioner Two Public Service Commissioners, representing District 1 and District 5, were elected in 2010.[3] State Senator Twenty-five seats in the Montana Senate were up for election in 2010. State Representative All one hundred seats of the Montana House of Representatives were up for election in 2010. Judicial positions Multiple judicial positions were up for election in 2010. Montana judicial elections, 2010 at Judgepedia Ballot measures Three statewide initiatives were voted on and all passed.[4] References ^ a b "Montana 2010 Midterm Elections". The Green Papers. http://www.thegreenpapers.com/G10/MT. Retrieved April 16, 2010.  ^ New York Times. "2010 Election Results Montana". The New York Times. http://elections.nytimes.com/2010/results/montana. Retrieved 05 March 2011.  ^ a b c "Candidate Information - Offices on the Ballot". Secretary of State. http://sos.mt.gov/Elections/Filing/index.asp. Retrieved April 16, 2010.  ^ Secretary of State. "2010 General Election Official Statewide Canvass". http://sos.mt.gov/elections/Archives/2010s/2010/2010_General_Election_Official_Statewide_Canvass.pdf. 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