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Friday, Nov. 8, 2002 | Updated 11:09 a.m. EST
Minn. Senate 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerNorm Coleman (R) 1,111,316 50 
Walter F. Mondale (D) 1,056,540 47 
Jim Moore (I) 44,897 
Ray Tricomo (Green) 10,056 
Miro Kovatchevich (Cnl.) 2,251 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP

Mondale replaced former Sen. Paul Wellstone on the ballot after Wellstone died in a plane crash on Oct. 25.

Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:53 p.m. EST
Minn. Governor 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerTim Pawlenty (R) 993,168 45 
Roger Moe (D) 811,322 36 
Timothy Penny (I) 362,107 16 
Ken Pentel (Green) 50,129 
Booker Hodges (I) 9,578 
Kari Sachs (SWP) 2,963 
Lawrence Aeshliman (Cnl.) 2,511 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Minn. House District 1 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerGil Gutknecht* (R) 163,532 62 
Steve Andreasen (D) 92,149 35 
Greg Mikkelson (Green) 9,954 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Minn. House District 2 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerJohn Kline (R) 152,533 53 
William Luther* (D) 121,072 42 
Samuel Garst (Other) 12,408 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Minn. House District 3 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerJim Ramstad* (R) 213,355 72 
Darryl Stanton (D) 82,587 28 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Minn. House District 4 
( 81 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerBetty McCollum* (D) 131,855 62 
Clyde Billington (R) 71,700 34 
Scott Raskiewicz (Green) 7,991 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Minn. House District 5 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerMartin Sabo* (D) 170,946 67 
Daniel Mathias (R) 65,847 26 
Tim Davis (Green) 17,784 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Minn. House District 6 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerMark Kennedy* (R) 164,742 57 
Janet Robert (D) 100,732 35 
Dan Becker (I) 21,483 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Minn. House District 7 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerCollin Peterson* (D) 167,363 65 
Dan Stevens (R) 88,688 35 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
Minn. House District 8 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerJames Oberstar* (D) 187,576 68 
Bob Lemen (R) 86,976 32 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
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