The United States House of Representatives election in American Samoa, which will contest American Samoa lone At-large congressional district, was held on November 2, 2010. The non-voting delegate to the United States House of Representatives is elected for two-year terms; whoever is elected will serve in the 112th Congress from January 3, 2011 until January 3, 2013.
All elections in American Samoa are officially non-partisan, though candidates do identify with a particular political party. Three candidates sought election for Delegate to the U.S. House in 2010.
In early February 2010, independent Fualaau Rosie Tago Lancaster had announced that she would seek second bid to become American Samoa's delegate to the United States House. Lancaster announced that she will run on a platform promising an emphasis on Veterans issues, better communication and transportation links with the Manu'a Islands, education, healthcare and economic development. Lancaster came in third in the 2008 House election, receiving 5% of the popular vote. However, she did not appear on the general election ballot in November.
Incumbent Rep. Eni Faleomavaega won election to a 12th two-year term in office, taking 6,895 ballots, or 56.3% of the total vote.
Aumua Amata, who had previously run in 2008, came in second place with 4,438 votes, or 40.5%. Aumua won several election precincts in American Samoa, running especially strong in the Manua Islands.
Tuika Tuika placed third with 357 ballots, or 3.3% of the vote.