[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2010/images/08/18/art.palin.0524.gi.jpg caption="Joe Miller is the latest Sarah Palin-endorsed candidate to win a primary this election season after Sen. Lisa Murkowski conceded the Alaskan Senate Republican primary race Tuesday."]Washington (CNN) - With his victory this week over Sen. Lisa Murkowski in Alaska's GOP U.S. Senate primary, attorney Joe Miller joins the growing ranks of Sarah Palin-endorsed candidates who have found success at the ballot box.
Palin, the former Republican vice presidential nominee, has been active in the 2009-2010 election season, doling out 43 endorsements to conservative candidates in both state and federal elections. Of the 29 candidates who received a nod from Palin prior to their primary, 14 went on to win the nomination, 10 lost, and another five are still pounding the pavement with primary elections in the near future. Six endorsements were made after the candidates had already won their primary, and another seven went to candidates that did not compete in a primary.
Those still waiting to see the effect of their primary endorsement from are Maryland gubernatorial candidate Brian Murphy, New Hampshire Senate hopeful Kelly Ayotte, and congressional candidates John Gomez (NY-02), Michael Grimm (NY-13), and Sean Duffy (WI-07).
Read the breakdown of Palin's endorsements, after the jump:
Candidates whose endorsements were announced on Palin's Facebook page so far have fared better at the polls than those whose endorsements were announced on her Twitter feed. Those endorsed on the popular social networking site have a win-loss record of 13-8. Two of the three candidates whose endorsements were announced on Twitter failed to win their primary while a third, Nevada Senate hopeful Sharron Angle, awaits the outcome her contest against Democrat Harry Reid this November.
The following is a breakdown of Palin's endorsements to date:
Race Candidate Endorsement Timing Election Result
Race Candidate Endorsement Timing Election Result AL SoS Beth Chapman general N/A AL-02 Martha Roby primary won AK Senate Joe Miller primary won AR-03 Cecile Bledsoe primary lost AZ Senate John McCain primary won AZ-01 Paul Gosar primary won CA Senate Carly Fiorina primary won CA-37 Star Parker general N/A CO-03 Bob McConnell primary lost FL AG Pam Bondi primary won FL-22 Allen West primary won GA Gov Karen Handel primary lost IA Gov Terry Branstad primary won IA AG Brenna Findley general N/A ID-01 Vaughn Ward primary lost IL-11 Adam Kinzinger general N/A IN-02 Jackie Walorski general N/A KS Senate Todd Tiahrt primary lost KY Senate Rand Paul primary won MD Gov Brian Murphy primary TBD MN Gov Tom Emmer general N/A MN-06 Michele Bachmann general N/A MO-04 Vickie Hartzler general N/A MS-01 Angela McGlowan primary lost NC-02 Renee Ellmers general N/A NH Senate Kelly Ayotte primary TBD NM Gov Susana Martinez primary won NV Senate Sharron Angle general N/A NY-02 John Gomez primary TBD NY-13 Michael Grimm primary TBD NY-25 Ann Marie Buerkle general N/A NY-23 (2009) Doug Hoffman special election lost OK Gov Mary Fallin primary won PA-12 Tim Burns primary lost SC Gov Nikki Haley primary won SC-01 Tim Scott general N/A TN-05 Cecilia Heil primary lost TX Gov Rick Perry primary won WA Senate Clint Didier primary lost WA-05 Cathy McMorris Rodgers general N/A WA-02 John Koster primary won WI-07 Sean Duffy primary TBD WY Gov Rita Meyer primary lost
- CNN Political Research Director Robert Yoon contributed to this report