Arkansas gubernatorial election, 2010
|Elections in Arkansas|
The Arkansas gubernatorial election of 2010 was held on Tuesday, November 2, 2010 to elect the Governor of Arkansas, who will serve a four-year term to begin in January 2011. First term incumbent Governor Mike Beebe, a Democrat, won a second term.
- Mike Beebe, incumbent Governor
- Jim Keet, former state representative and state senator from Pulaski County1
- Billy Roper, Tea Party write-in candidate controversial for wanting an end to non-whites in the country and founder of the group White Revolution.2
|Poll source||Dates administered||Mike Beebe (D)||Jim Keet (R)|
|Rasmussen Reports||October 28, 2010||60%||38%|
|CNN/Time Magazine||October 15–19, 2010||62%||35%|
|Rasmussen Reports||September 30, 2010||51%||41%|
|Mason-Dixon||September 12–14, 2010||54%||33%|
|Rasmussen Reports||August 18, 2010||53%||33%|
|Rasmussen Reports||July 20, 2010||50%||40%|
|Ipsos/Reuters||July 16–18, 2010||57%||35%|
|Talk Business||July 17, 2010||50%||41%|
|Rasmussen Reports||June 15, 2010||57%||33%|
|Rasmussen Reports||May 19, 2010||53%||38%|
|Arkansas 2010 gubernatorial election4|
|Green||Jim Lendall||14,513||1.9||+ 0.2|
- Terrebone, Amanda. "Jim Keet announces run for governor". KTHV. Retrieved April 23, 2010.
- Thomas, Judy L. "Tea party rejects NAACP's racism claims, but concerns exist." The Kansas City Star. July 16, 2010. Accessed March 22, 2011.
- "Ballot Access News » Blog Archive » Arkansas Green Party Nominates Jim Lendall for Governor". Ballot-access.org. Retrieved 2010-08-21.
- Elections at the Arkansas Secretary of State
- Arkansas Governor Candidates at Project Vote Smart
- Arkansas Governor 2010 from OurCampaigns.com
- Campaign contributions for 2010 Arkansas Governor from Follow the Money
- 2010 Arkansas Governor General Election: Jim Keet (R) vs Mike Beebe (D) graph of multiple polls from Pollster.com
- Election 2010: Arkansas Governor from Rasmussen Reports
- Arkansas Governor - Keet vs. Beebe from Real Clear Politics
- 2010 Arkansas Governor's Race from CQ Politics
- Race Profile in The New York Times
- Official campaign sites