Minnesota Elections
 
 
 
 
2014 Minnesota Election  
       
       




 





Minnesota


 
 
Electoral Votes:  
 
 
  Amy Klobuchar (DFL)
  Al Franken (DFL)
   

    The will be held on Tuesday, August 12th, 2014.
    The will be held on Tuesday, August 12th, 2014.
    The will be held on Tuesday, November 4th, 2014.
    The Senate seat currently held by Al Franken will be up for election in 2014. 
    The gubernatorial seat currently held by Mark Dayton will be up for election in 2014.
    Minnesota Secretary of State, Division of Elections
    Democratic Party of Minnesota
    Republican Party of Minnesota



   Election 2014 The Minnesota Senate seat to be contested is currently held by democrat Al Franken.
   2014 Election Al Franken was sworn in on July 7th, 2009 and is serving his first term in office.
   2014 Election Al Franken is eligible for re-election in 2014 and has declared his candidacy.



2014 Minnesota Democratic Primary Senatorial Candidates

Al Franken

Incumbent U.S. Senator from Minnesota
Declared Democratic Candidate      Franken campaign website
   
2014 Minnesota Republican Primary Senatorial Candidates

Jim Abeler

Minnesota State Representative
Declared Republican Candidate     Abeler campaign website
 

David Carlson

Veteran and 2012 candidate for the U.S. Senate
Declared Republican Candidate     Carlson campaign website
 

Chris Dahlberg

Attorney and Chairman of the St. Louis County Board of Commissioners
Declared Republican Candidate     Dahlberg campaign website
 

Mike McFadden

Financial executive
Declared Republican Candidate     McFadden campaign website
 

Monti Moreno

Businessman and bison farmer
Declared Republican Candidate     Moreno campaign website
 

Julianne Ortman

Minnesota State Senator
Declared Republican Candidate     Ortman campaign website
 

Phillip Parrish

U.S. Navy reservist, intelligence officer and analyst
Declared Republican Candidate     Parrish campaign website
 

Harold Shudlick

Retired U.S. Army chaplain and Republican activist
Withdrawn Republican Candidate    
 

Michele Bachmann

U.S. Representative from Minnesota
Declined Republican Candidate    
 

Erik Paulsen

U.S. Representative from Minnesota
Declined Republican Candidate    
 
 

 



   Election 2014 The Minnesota Gubernatorial seat to be contested is currently held by democrat Mark Dayton.
   2014 Election Mark Dayton was sworn in on January 3rd, 2011 and is serving his first term in office.
   2014 Election Mark Dayton is eligible for re-election in 2014 and has declared his candidacy.



2014 Minnesota Democratic Primary Gubernatorial Candidates

Leslie Davis

Founder/president of Earth Protector® and Veteran
Declared Democratic Candidate      Davis campaign website
   

Mark Dayton

Incumbent Governor of Minnesota
Declared Democratic Candidate      Dayton campaign website
   
2014 Minnesota Republican Primary Gubernatorial Candidates

Brian DuVall-Gambino

Jewish Rabbi, motivational speaker and author
Declared Republican Candidate     
 

Rob Farnsworth

Special education teacher for the Hibbing School District
Declared Republican Candidate      Farnsworth campaign website
 

Scott Honour

Venture capitalist
Declared Republican Candidate      Honour campaign website
 

Jeff Johnson

Former State Representative and Current Hennepin County Commissioner
Declared Republican Candidate      Johnson campaign website
 

Marty Seifert

Member of the Minnesota House (21A District)
Declared Republican Candidate      Seifert campaign website
 

Dave Thompson

Member of the Minnesota Senate (58th District)
Declared Republican Candidate      Thompson campaign website
 

Kurt Zellers

Minnesota State Representative and former House Speaker
Declared Republican Candidate      Zellers campaign website
 
 
 
2014 Minnesota Third Party Gubernatorial Candidates

Tom Horner

Public affairs consultant and nominee for Governor in 2010
Potential Independence Party of Minnesota Candidate     
   



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