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Duluth 2018 General Election Results

With 4.113 of 4,113 precincts reporting statewide, below are the results for races relevant to Duluth.

FEDERAL OFFICES


United States Senator
Amy Klobuchar – 1,566,015 | 60.30%
Jim Newberger – 940,454 | 36.21%
Dennis Schuller – 66,264 | 2.55%
Paula M. Overby – 23,150 | 0.89%
Write in – 994 | 0.04%

United States Senator (special election to fill two-year term)
Tina Smith – 1,370,375 | 52.97%
Karin Housley – 1,095,777 | 42.35%
Sarah Wellington – 95,634 | 3.7%
Jerry Trooien – 24,369 | 0.94%
Write in – 1,165 | 0.05%

United States Representative, Minnesota District 8
Pete Stauber – 159,388 | 50.71%
Joe Radinovich – 141,972 | 45.17%
Ray “Skip” Sandman – 12,768 | 4.06%
Write in – 178 | 0.06%
 

STATE OFFICES


Minnesota State Representative for District 3B
(Covers the Duluth Heights and Kenwood neighborhoods of Duluth, as well as neighboring cities and townships)
Mary Murphy – 12,282 | 60.03%
Keith MacDonald – 8,162 | 39.89%
Write in – 15 | 0.07%

Minnesota State Representative for District 7A
(Covers eastern Duluth neighborhoods)
Jennifer Schultz – 15,300 | 73.67%
Dana Krivogorsky – 5,439 | 26.19%
Write in – 29 | 0.14%

Minnesota State Representative for District 7B
(Covers western Duluth neighborhoods)
Liz Olson – 12,739 | 71.84%
Caroline Burley – 4,965 | 28%
Write in – 28 | 0.16%

Minnesota Governor and Lieutenant Governor
Tim Walz and Peggy Flanagan – 1,392,913 | 53.84%
Jeff Johnson and Donna Bergstrom – 1,097,683 | 42.43%
Chris Wright and Judith Schwartzbacker – 68,726 | 2.66%
Josh Welter and Mary O’Connor – 26,785 | 1.04%
Write in – 1,148 | 0.04%

Minnesota Secretary of State
Steve Simon – 1,328,351 | 52.25%
John Howe – 1,108,996 | 43.62%
William Denney – 103,642 | 4.08%
Write in – 1,369 | 0.05%

Minnesota State Auditor
Julie Blaha – 1,250,578 | 49.35%
Pam Myhra – 1,095,301 | 43.22%
Michael Ford – 133,951 | 5.29%
Chris Dock – 53,123 | 2.1%
Write in – 1,185 | 0.05%

Minnesota Attorney General
Keith Ellison – 1,249,280 | 48.96%
Doug Wardlow – 1,150,450 | 45.09%
Noah M. Johnson – 145,775 | 5.71%
Write in – 6,208 | 0.24%
 

COUNTY OFFICES


St. Louis County Commisioner, District 1
Frank Jewell – 7,286 | 60.83%
James Booth – 4,621 | 38.58%
Write in – 70 | 0.58%

St. Louis County Auditor/Treasurer
Nancy Nilsen – 51,948 | 62.1%
Brandon Larson – 31,343 | 37.47%
Write in – 358 | 0.43%

St. Louis County Sheriff
Ross Litman – 79,847 | 98.55%
Write in – 1,172 | 1.45%

St. Louis County Attorney
Mark S. Rubin – 78,796 | 99.13%
Write in – 695 | 0.87%

South St. Louis County Soil and Water Supervisor, District 2
Marcia Stromgren – 48,489 | 99.07%
Write in – 455 | 0.93%

South St. Louis County Soil and Water Supervisor, District 3
Albert Moline – 47,870 | 99.25%
Write in – 362 | 0.75%

South St. Louis County Soil and Water Supervisor, District 5
Debra L. Taylor – 47,982 | 99.29%
Write in – 341 | 0.71%
 

Duluth School District Questions


Independent School District #709 Question 1: Renewal of School District Referendum Revenue Authorization
(Renews Duluth Public Schools revenue authorization of $371.78 per pupil for ten years to fund school operations.)
Yes – 32,248 | 72.37%
No – 12,314 | 27.63%

Independent School District #709 Question 2: Approval of School District Referendum Revenue Authorization
(Increases Duluth Public Schools general education revenue by $575 per pupil for ten years.)
Yes – 23,805 | 53.92%
No – 20,346 | 46.08%

Independent School District #709 Question 3: Approval of School District Referendum Revenue Authorization
(Increases Duluth Public Schools general education revenue by $335 per pupil for ten years.)
No – 22,569 | 51.34%
Yes – 21,387 | 48.66%
 

JUDICIAL OFFICES


Minnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice
Lorie Skjerven Gildea – 1,636,219 | 99/07%
Write in – 15,431 | 0.93%

Minnesota Supreme Court 1 Associate Justice
Barry Anderson – 1,582,659 | 99.14%
Write in – 13,754 | 0.86%

Minnesota Supreme Court 2 Associate Justice
Margaret Chutich – 1,054,842 | 55.88%
Michelle MacDonald – 825,754 | 43.74%
Write in – 7,130 – 0.38%

Minnesota Supreme Court 5 Associate Justice
Anne McKeig – 1,571,292 | 99.2%
Write in – 12,653 | 0.8%

Minnesota Court of Appeals Judge 2
Lucinda Ellen Jesson – 1,158,575 | 62.68%
Anthony L. Brown – 683,191 | 36.96%
Write in – 6,529 | 0.35%

Minnesota Court of Appeals Judge 4
Tracy Smith – 1,567,647 | 99.24%
Write in – 12,077 | 0.76%

Minnesota Court of Appeals Judge 6
Renee L. Worke – 1,556,834 | 99.22%
Write in – 12,211 | 0.78%

Minnesota Court of Appeals Judge 7
Jill Flaskamp Halbrooks – 1,548,832 | 99.2%
Write in – 12,548 | 0.8%

Minnesota Court of Appeals Judge 12
Diane Bratvold – 1,551,235 | 99.23%
Write in – 12,019 | 0.77%

Minnesota Court of Appeals Judge 14
James B. Florey – 1,539,585 | 99.19%
Write in – 12,603 | 0.81%

Minnesota Sixth District Court Judge 5
Michelle M. Anderson – 89,045 | 99.43%
Write in – 506 | 0.57%

Minnesota Sixth District Court Judge 6
Dale O. Harris – 88,702 | 99.43%
Write in – 510 | 0.57%

Minnesota Sixth District Court Judge 8
Shaun R. Floerke – 89,999 | 99.38%
Write in – 564 | 0.62%

Minnesota Sixth District Court Judge 10
Mark M. Starr – 88,044 | 99.03%
Write in – 624 | 0.7%

Minnesota Sixth District Court Judge 16
Jill A. Eichenwald – 88,465 | 99.41%
Write in – 529 | 0.59%
 

4 Comments

TimK

about 10 months ago

Why no party affiliation? I know some offices are "non-partisan," but we want our tribe to win! Channel 10 is doing a particularly crappy job of this. You guys at least have more contemporary numbers!

Paul Lundgren

about 10 months ago

The party cheat sheet on this is any candidate that is winning is either DFL affiliated, nonpartisan or Pete Stauber.

TimK

about 10 months ago

The 8th District should not include Hinckley, North Branch and Wyoming.

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