Dodge County

Dodge County is located in Southeastern Minnesota and was established on February 20, 1855 by the Territorial Legislature. Dodge County is named for Democratic Wisconsin Territorial Governor (1836-1841, 1845-1848), U.S. House Delegate (1841-1845), and U.S. Senator (1848-1857) Henry Dodge. Mantorville is the county seat. Source: Minnesota Geographic Names, by Warren Upham (Minnesota Historical Society, 1969).

Notable candidates from Dodge County include:

  • Alonzo Edgerton (resident): Republican State Senator (1859-1861, 1877-1879) and U.S. Senator (1881)


Minnesota Department of Transportation.

Legislative Districts

Congressional Districts
Starting Ending Districts
1858 1863 At-Large
1863 1933 CD 01
1933 1935 At-Large
1935 2033 CD 01
Senate Districts
Starting Ending Districts
1858 1861 SD 13
1861 1867 SD 15
1867 1872 SD 07
1872 1882 SD 11
1882 1899 SD 13
1899 1915 SD 07
1915 1967 SD 05
1967 1973 SD 03
1973 1983 SD 32
1983 1993 SD 30
1993 2003 SD 28, 31
2003 2013 SD 29
2013 2023 SD 21, 24, 25, 27
2023 2033 SD 24
House Districts
Starting Ending Districts
1858 1861 HD 13
1861 1867 HD 15
1867 1872 HD 07
1872 1882 HD 11
1882 1899 HD 13
1899 1915 HD 07
1915 1967 HD 05
1967 1973 HD 03B
1973 1983 HD 32A, 32B
1983 1993 HD 30A, 30B
1993 2003 HD 28B, 31A
2003 2013 HD 29A
2013 2023 HD 21B, 24B, 25A, 27A, 27B
2023 2033 HD 24A

Candidates

Candidate Birth county Residence county Elections
Aaby, A.A. Dodge Dodge 1900, State House, District 07, General (Independent, Lost)
Adams (i), John Out of state Dodge 1883, State Senate, District 13, Special (Democrat, Lost)
Alexander, Charles L. Dodge Otter Tail 1910, State House, District 59, Primary (Republican, Lost)
1908, State House, District 59, Primary (Republican, Lost)
1906, State House, District 59, General (Republican, Won)
Andrist, Loren W. Ray Goodhue Dodge 1906, State House, District 07, General (Prohibition, Lost)
1906, State House, District 07, Primary (Prohibition, Won)
Andrist, Godfrey (G.) Out of state Dodge 1902, State House, District 07, Primary (Republican, Lost)
1888, State House, District 13, General (People's, Lost)
Armstrong, George Wallace Dodge Hennepin 1904, State House, District 44, General (Republican, Won)
1904, State House, District 44, Primary (Republican, Won)
1902, State House, District 44, General (Republican, Won)
1902, State House, District 44, Primary (Republican, Won)
1900, State House, District 44, General (Republican, Won)
Arnold, George B. (G.B.) Out of state Dodge 1886, State House, District 13, General (Republican, Won)
Baumann, Edwin C. Dodge Clearwater 1936, State House, District 65, Primary (Nonpartisan, Lost)
1934, State House, District 65, Primary (Nonpartisan, Lost)
Beckwith, A.E. Out of state Dodge 1906, State House, District 07, Primary (Republican, Lost)
Becvar, Tyler Mower Dodge 2020, State Senate, District 27, General (Legal Marijuana Now, Lost)