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1902 Minnesota Senate election

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1902 Minnesota Senate election

← 1898 November 4, 1902 (1902-11-04) 1906 →

All 63 seats in the Minnesota Senate
32 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
Party Republican Democratic
Seats won 51 12
Seat change Increase7 Decrease5
Popular vote 158,204 74,235
Percentage 64.4% 30.2%


The 1902 Minnesota Senate election was held in the U.S. state of Minnesota on November 4, 1902, to elect members to the Senate of the 33rd and 34th Minnesota Legislatures.

Two years after Democrat John Lind lost the governorship to Republican Samuel Rinnah Van Sant, the Minnesota Democratic Party was set to lose seats in the Senate. Without Lind, the Party lost the third party support that they had consolidated in 1898. The People's Party ran candidates against a handful of Democratic candidates in rural areas, hurting Democratic prospects.

The Minnesota Republican Party won a large majority of seats, followed by the Minnesota Democratic Party. The new Legislature convened on January 6, 1903.

16 Republicans and 3 Democrats ran uncontested.[1]


Summary of the November 4, 1903 Minnesota Senate election results
Party Candidates Votes Seats
# %
Republican Party 60 158,204 54.42 51
Democratic Party 41 74,235 30.23 12
People's Party 6 9,468 3.86 0
Prohibition Party 3 589 0.24 0
Independent 2 2,836 1.15 0
Total 245,578 100.00 63
Source: Minnesota Secretary of State[2]

See also


  1. ^ 1903 Minnesota Legislative Manual. Minnesota Secretary of State. 1903. pp. 520–528.
  2. ^ "Election Results - Minnesota Legislative Reference Library". Retrieved 2020-01-08.

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