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1926 Minnesota lieutenant gubernatorial election

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Minnesota lieutenant gubernatorial election, 1926

← 1924 November 2, 1926 1928 →
William Ignatius Nolan.jpg
Nominee William I. Nolan Emil E. Holmes Charles D. Johnson
Party Republican Farmer–Labor Democratic (DFL)
Popular vote 373,940 236,307 53,189
Percentage 56.36% 35.62% 8.02%

Lieutenant Governor before election

William I. Nolan

Elected Lieutenant Governor

William I. Nolan

The 1926 Minnesota lieutenant gubernatorial election took place on November 2, 1926. Incumbent Lieutenant Governor William I. Nolan of the Republican Party of Minnesota defeated Minnesota Farmer–Labor Party challenger Emil E. Holmes and Minnesota Democratic Party candidate Charles D. Johnson.


1926 Lieutenant Gubernatorial Election, Minnesota
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican William I. Nolan (incumbent) 373,940 56.36% +5.49%
Farmer–Labor Emil E. Holmes 236,307 35.62% -7.27%
Democratic (DFL) Charles D. Johnson 53,189 8.02% +1.77%
Majority 137,633 20.74%
Turnout 663,436
Republican hold Swing

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