Minnesota

Minnesota Statistics

Senate Seats Shy of Majority: 1
House Seats Shy of Majority: 10

Competitive Races

State Senate Races

District 5

Margin of 553 votes
Eichorn
(GOP)
20240
Saxhaug
(D)
19687

District 14

Margin of 141 votes
Relph
(GOP)
17519
Wolgamott
(D)
17378

District 20

Margin of 1697 votes
Draheim
(GOP)
22274
Dahle
(D)
20577

District 21

Margin of 3619 votes
Goggin
(GOP)
22901
Schmit
(D)
19282

District 44

Margin of 195 votes
Anderson
(GOP)
25309
Calvert
(D)
25114

State House Races

District 5A

Margin of 1510 votes
Bliss
(GOP)
10318
Persell
(D)
8808

District 5B

Margin of 2488 votes
Layman
(GOP)
11499
Anzelc
(D)
9011

District 14A

Margin of 1902 votes
Theis
(GOP)
10961
Putnam
(D)
9059

14B

Margin of 460 votes
Knoblach
(GOP)
8887
Dorhoit
(D)
8427

District 21A

Margin of 2140 votes
Haley
(GOP)
11643
Bayley
(D)
9503

District 28B

Margin of 1963 votes
Davids
(GOP)
11614
Trehus
(D)
9651

District 37B

Margin of 168 votes
West
(GOP)
11473
Witt
(D)
11305

44A

Margin of 2053 votes
Anderson
(GOP)
13486
Klevorn
(D)
11433

49A

Margin of 576 votes
Anselmo
(GOP)
13075
Erhardt
(D)
12499

52B

Margin of 913 votes
Barr
(GOP)
11001
T'Kach
(D)
10088

54A

Margin of 606 votes
Franke
(GOP)
10483
Peterson
(D)
9877

56B

Margin of 1050 votes
Peterson
(GOP)
11215
Port
(D)
10165

57B

Margin of 1726 votes
Wills
(GOP)
12382
Huot
(D)
10656

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