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Quick look at who's won in Minnesota

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Here is a quick rundown of the outcomes of the major Minnesota races in the 2014 midterm elections. You can check for additional results on the Minnesota Secretary of State's results website.

Governor

Incumbent: Mark Dayton (DFL)

Challengers: Jeff Johnson (R), Hannah Nicollet (Independence), Chris Holbrook (Libertarian), Chris Wright (Grassroots – Legalize Cannabis).

WINNER: Gov. Mark Dayton

US Senate

Incumbent: Al Franken (D)

Challengers: Mike McFadden (R), Steve Carlson (Independence), Heather Johnson (Libertarian).

WINNER: Sen. Al Franken

Congress, 1st District

Incumbent: Tim Walz (D)

Challenger: Jim Hagedorn (R)

WINNER: Rep. Tim Walz

Congress, 2nd District

Incumbent: John Kline (R)

Challengers: Mike Obermueller (D), Paula Overby (Independence)

WINNER: Rep. John Kline

Congress, 3rd District

Incumbent: Erik Paulsen (R)

Challenger: Sharon Sund (D).

WINNER: Rep. Erik Paulsen

 Congress, 4th District

Incumbent: Betty McCollum (D)

Challengers: Sharna Walhgren (R), Dave Thomas (Independence).

WINNER: Rep. Betty McCollum

 Congress, 5th District

Incumbent: Keith Ellison (D)

Challengers: Doug Saggett (R), Lee Bauer (Independence).

WINNER: Rep. Keith Ellison

Congress, 6th District

Incumbent: Michelle Bachmann (R) – not seeking re-election

Challengers: TomEmmer (R), Joe Perske (D), John Denney (Independence)

WINNER: Tom Emmer

Congress, 7th District

Incumbent: Collin Peterson (D)

Challenger: Torrey Westrom (R).

WINNER: Rep. Collin Peterson

Congress, 8th District

Incumbent: Rick Nolan (D)

Challengers: Stewart Mills (R), Ray “Skip” Sandman (Green).

WINNER: Rep. Rick Nolan

Attorney General

Incumbent: Lori Swanson (DFL)

Challengers: Scott Newman (R), Andy Dawkins (Green), Brandon Borgos (Independence), Mary O’Connor (Libertarian), Dan Vacek (Independent)

WINNER: Lori Swanson

Secretary of State

Incumbent: Mark Ritchie (DFL) – not seeking re-election

Challengers: Dan Severson (R),Steve Simon (DFL), Bob Helland (Independence), Bob Odden (Libertarian)

WINNER: Steve Simon

State Auditor

Incumbent: Rebecca Otto (DFL)

Challengers: Randy Gilbert (R), Pat Dean (Independence), Keegan Iverson (Libertarian), Judith Schwartzbacher (Grassroots).

WINNER: Rebecca Otto

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