This is my give a damn list of State House races or lack there of. This is all according to the Secretary of State's website, I have no idea if their website is completely updated or not.
- 87th House District Representative Rick Nelson (D) will go unchallenged, but will apparently offer his constituency a campaign website, it would be refreshing if more of our elected officials were out in the open. I will have his website address when it is released.
- 45th House District Representative Stan "the stache" Lee (R) will unfortunately go unchallenged. I can not believe there is not one one Democratic candidate in his district, maybe in 2010.
- 84th House District - This will probably be the election to watch in the mountains, with no Brandon Smith (R), apparently he could not run for both the Senate and the House, on the ballot we will have a Democratic 84th House District. Add one more to the majority.
- 86th House District Representative Jim Stewart (R) will go unchallenged and keep Knox County red for at least two more years. The feeling in Knox County is Stewart could be beat, but it, of course, takes a challenger to prove that theory.
- 89th House District Representative Marie Rader (R) will have a primary against John W. Scoville who she defeated in 2006 by 1100 votes. Rader may have a fight on her hands as more than few locals have voiced their displeasure with her. No Democratic candidate filed to run for this seat.
- 90th House District Representative Tim Couch (R) will be fighting for his job as he draws 3 Republican challengers for his seat. It is not a secret that Couch may be walking on thin ice with the electorate in his district.
- 95th House District candidates will not have an easy go with former Attorney General and long time state Representative Greg Stumbo (D) on the primary ballot. This seat is clearly Stumbo's to lose.
- 92nd House District Representative Ancil Smith (D) draws two Democratic challengers and as usual the primary is the election in this district. Smith is the clear favorite in this race.
- 94th House District Representative Leslie Combs (D) will keep the seat blue as she will not be opposed in this year's election.