|Elections in Pennsylvania|
The Pennsylvania lieutenant gubernatorial election of 2010 was held on November 2, 2010. The winning candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor will serve a four-year term from 2011 to 2015. In Pennsylvania, the Lieutenant Governor is elected on the same ticket as the Governor, so the only campaign for this office was the primary election. As a result of Tom Corbett's election to the position of governor, Jim Cawley became the new Lieutenant Governor.
- Scott Conklin, State Representative (from Philipsburg)
- Jonathan Saidel, former Philadelphia City Controller
- Doris Smith-Ribner, former Commonwealth Court Judge (from Pittsburgh)
|Democratic||Doris A. Smith-Ribner||267,033||29.8|
|Democratic||Scott H. Conklin||316,557||35.3|
|Democratic||Jonathan A. Saidel||312,749||34.9|
- Jim Cawley, Bucks County Commissioner (from Middletown Township)
- Chet Beiler, manufacturing executive and 2008 Republican nominee for Auditor General (from Penn Township, Lancaster County)
- Russ Diamond, director of PACleanSweep (from Annville Township)
- Steve Johnson, home inspection executive (from York)
- John Kennedy, former State Representative (from Camp Hill)
- Billy McCue, business manager for a Roman Catholic church (from Carroll Township, Washington County
- Daryl Metcalfe, State Representative (from Cranberry Township, Butler County)
- Jean Craige Pepper, financial executive and 2004 Republican nominee for Pennsylvania State Treasurer (from Millcreek Township, Erie County)
- Stephen Urban, Luzerne County Commissioner (from Wilkes-Barre)
|Republican||Jean Craige Pepper||66,619||8.4|
|Republican||Stephen A. Urban||35,676||4.5|
- "2010 Pennsylvania Midterm Election".
- Kristie, Dan (February 16, 2010). "Aichele ends bid for lieutenant governor". The Daily Local News. Archived from the original on January 21, 2013. Retrieved November 23, 2011.