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Minnesota Candidates for Senator



MN Senatorial Candidates for 2014

Minnesota Senator Candidates
Minnesota Senator Candidates

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State Primary: August 12, 2014

Republican and Democrat Candidates for Minnesota Senate Primary Election

Al Franken (DFL)  
Jim Abeler (R) 
Chris Dahlberg (R)
Mike McFadden (R) 
Monti Moreno (R) 
Julianne Ortman (R) 
Harold Shudlick (R) 
Nikolay Bey (Independent)

Minnesota Candidates for Congress 2014

Minnesota Congress Candidates
Minnesota Congressional Candidates 2014

District 1:
Tim Walz (DFL)
Mike Benson (R) 
Jim Hagedorn (R) 
Aaron Miller (R)

District 2:
John Kline (R)
David Gerson (R) - Tea Party Activist 
Tom Craft (DFL) 
Mike Obermueller (DFL)
Paula Overby (DFL)

District 3:
Erik Paulsen (R)

District 4:
Betty McCollum (DFL)
Steve Carlson (IP) - Tea Party Activist

District 5:
Keith Ellison (DFL)

District 6:
Tom Emmer (R) 
Phil Krinkie (R) 
Rhonda Sivarajah (R) 
Judy Adams (DFL)
Joe Perske (D)
Jim Read (DFL) 

District 7:
Collin Peterson (DFL)
Scott Van Binsbergen (R)
Torrey Westrom (R) 

District 8:
Rick Nolan (DFL)
Stewart Mills (R) 


United States Senate election in Minnesota 2014

One-term incumbent Democrat Al Franken defeated one-term Republican Norm Coleman by 312 votes in a three-way race with 42% of the vote in 2008. Franken will be 63 years old in 2014. Franken will seek re-election. Polling conducted by Public Policy Polling January 21–22, 2012, showed Franken with a lead against former Governor Tim Pawlenty (49-43) and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (54–39). Another poll conducted by PPP May 31 – June 3, 2012, of 973 Minnesota voters showed Franken with a lead against Pawlenty (52–41), Bachmann (57–35) and former Senator Coleman (51–41). A third poll by PPP September 10–11, 2012, showed Franken leading Pawlenty (50–43), Bachmann (52–40) and Coleman (50–43). A fourth poll conducted by PPP October 5–8, 2012, showed Franken beating Pawlenty (51–42), Bachmann (55–37) and former Senator Coleman (51–41). Other possible Republican candidates include Congressman Erik Paulson, Congressman John Kline, and state Representative Laura Brod.



History of Minnesota. Information that every Minnesota Election Candidate for Senator Should Know.

Minnesota became the 32nd state of the union on May 11, 1858. A small extension of the northern boundary makes it the most northerly of the 48 conterminous U.S. states. (This peculiar protrusion is the result of a boundary agreement with Great Britain before the area had been carefully surveyed.) Minnesota is bounded by the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Ontario to the north, by Lake Superior and Wisconsin to the east, by Iowa to the south and South Dakota and North Dakota to the west. Minnesota is the home of the Mall of America, which holds more than 400 stores and attracts nearly 40 million people a year.


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