Abstracts of votes. 1894-1916, 1950-2012.


Abstracts of votes. 1894-1916, 1950-2012.

Abstracts of votes for primary (September, 1902-2009/August, 2009-2012) and general(November) elections for national, state, and county officers for St. Paul andRamsey County, and for primary (March) and general (April) elections for St. Paulcity officers and city charter amendments. Also special primary elections and theApril 2008 U.S. Senate recount results (Franken and Coleman).



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