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Minnesota Results

Sept. 16, 1998

Minnesota was one of nine states that held primaries on Sept. 15. In the governor's race, St. Paul Mayor Norm Coleman (R) will face state Attorney General Hubert H. "Skip" Humphrey III (D) this fall. Candidates' names link to their profiles in our searchable 50-state Elections Guide. Also see complete results for all of the Sept. 15 statewide contests. Note: Minnesota's primary is open, allowing voters of any party to cast their ballots.

Minnesota Governor
(unofficial results – 87.7% of precincts reporting)
Republicans
Norm Coleman 20% 107,989 votes
Bill Dahn 2% 10,505 votes


Democrats

Hubert H. Humphrey III 28% 154,037 votes
Mike Freeman 14% 78,895 votes
Doug Johnson 14% 78,041 votes
Mark Dayton 14% 74,706 votes
Ted Mondale 5% 29,749 votes
Ole Savior 0.2% 1,371 votes


Reform Party

Jesse Ventura 3% 14,960 votes

Source: Minnesota Secretary of State


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