November 3rd, 2010
05:00 AM ET
3 years ago

Outstanding gubernatorial races

(CNN ) - As of 5:00 a.m ET, seven gubernatorial have not yet been projected in the 2010 midterm elections. As votes are still being tallied, the estimates contained in this article are subject to change.

Connecticut: Republican Tom Foley is ahead of Democrat Dan Malloy by one percent with 82 percent of votes reported.

Florida: Republican Rick Scott is ahead of Democrat Alex Sink by one percent with 89 percent of votes reported. The two are battling for Gov. Charlie Crist's seat. Crist decided not to run for reelection and instead pursue a Senate bid, which CNN projects he lost to Republican Marco Rubio.

Watch: Scott: I'm confident I will be GovernorSink: This is a nail biter

Illinois: The race is dead even; 46 percent – 46 percent with in the battle between Democratic incumbent Governor Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bill Brady with 93 percent of votes reported.

Maine: Republican Paul LePage is ahead of independent Eliot Cutler by one percent, with 87 percent of votes reported.

Minnesota: Former Minnesota Senator, Democrat Mark Dayton is ahead of Minnesota State Rep. Republican Tom Emmer by one percent with 92 percent of votes reported.

Oregon: Republican Chris Dudley, a former NBA player, is ahead of Democrat John Kitzhaber, the former Oregon governor by one percent with 78 percent of votes reported.

Vermont: Democrat Peter Shumlin is ahead by one percent against Republican Brian Dubie with 76 percent of votes reported.


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  1. chelseaskinner

    Race for Oregon Governor is neck and neck! 49% John Kitzhaber, 49% Chris Dudley, 1% Greg Kord, 1% Wes Wagner!

    November 3, 2010 07:28 am at 7:28 am |