Juls J. Anderson Candidate

Born: October 19, 1881
Kolvereid, Midt-Norge
Tr√łndelag County
Norway
Resided: Crookston, Minnesota
Polk County


Duluth, Minnesota
Saint Louis County


Madalia, Minnesota
Watonwan County


St. Paul, Minnesota
Ramsey County
Death: December 23, 1951
Gender: Man
Occupation: Newspaper editor
Political Party: Socialist; Farmer-Labor
Notes: Anderson moved from Two Harbros to Duluth in September 1916. He became Secretary of the Duluth Typographical Union. He resided in Madalia in Watonwan County for his 1922 state Senate campaign where he was editor of a Nonpartisan League paper. Anderson lived in Crookston during his first Farmer-Labor campaign for Lieutenant Governor in 1924 and in St. Paul for his second in 1942.
Sources: World War I Draft Registration Card (September 12, 1918). World War II Draft Registration Card (April 26, 1942). Minnesota Historical Society Death Certificate Index (1951-MN-028030). United States Census, 1920. The Labor World, October 28, 1916 (p. 2). The Duluth Herald, May 15, 1922 (p. 10).
Photo of Juls J. Anderson
Photo of Juls J. Anderson
The Labor World, October 28, 1916 (p. 2).

Election Details

Number of state/federal offices sought Number of campaigns Number of winning campaigns
4 6 1
Date Election Stage Party Votes Percent Result
11/03/1942 Lieutenant Governor General Farmer-Labor 250,410 33.42% Lost
09/08/1942 Lieutenant Governor Primary Farmer-Labor 51,582 50.84% Won
06/16/1924 Lieutenant Governor Primary Farmer-Labor 38,387 21.30% Lost
06/19/1922 State Senate, District 09 Primary Nonpartisan 1,408 17.97% Lost
06/17/1918 State House, District 58 Primary Nonpartisan 650 11.50% Lost
11/07/1916 U.S. House, District 08 General Socialist 9,034 26.25% Lost