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ⓘ 1923 United States Senate special election in Minnesota




1923 United States Senate special election in Minnesota
                                     

ⓘ 1923 United States Senate special election in Minnesota

The 1923 United States Senate special election in Minnesota took place on July 16, 1923. The election was held to fill, for the remainder of the unexpired term, the seat in the United States Senate left vacant by Republican U.S. Senator Knute Nelson, who died in office on April 28, 1923. State Senator Magnus Johnson of the Farmer–Labor Party of Minnesota defeated Governor J. A. O. Preus of the Republican Party of Minnesota, and State Senator James A. Carley of the Minnesota Democratic Party, which, together with Henrik Shipsteads victory in 1922, brought both of Minnesotas seats in the United States Senate into the hands of the Farmer–Labor Party for the first time in history.

Win Johnson for the first time, as Morton S. Wilkinson took office in 1859, that none of Minnesotas seats in the U.S. Senate were Republican. She also noted for the first time, Wilkinson taking office that the person holding Minnesotas class 2 Senate was not a Republican, and Johnson became just the second nerespublikansky ever take the place of the first Democrat James shields, whose term ended when Wilkinson steel.

                                     
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