Lincoln County

Lincoln County is located in Southwestern Minnesota along the South Dakota border and was established on March 6, 1873 by the State Legislature. The county was created from the western part of Lyon County. Lincoln County is named after Republican U.S. President Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865) following three previous attempts to so honor him in the state in 1861, 1866, and 1870. Ivanhoe is the county seat. Source: Lincoln County website.

Notable candidates from Lincoln County include:

  • H. Carl Andersen (resident): State Representative HD 12 (1935-1937) and Republican U.S. Representative (1939-1963)

Minnesota Department of Transportation.

Legislative Districts

Congressional Districts
Starting Ending Districts
1873 1903 CD 02
1903 1915 CD 07
1915 1933 CD 02
1933 1935 At-Large
1935 1963 CD 07
1963 1983 CD 06
1983 2003 CD 02
2003 2033 CD 07
Senate Districts
Starting Ending Districts
1873 1899 SD 16
1899 1915 SD 17
1915 1963 SD 12
1963 1983 SD 20
1983 1993 SD 27
1993 2003 SD 21
2003 2013 SD 20
2013 2023 SD 22
2023 2033 SD 21
House Districts
Starting Ending Districts
1873 1899 HD 16
1899 1915 HD 17
1915 1963 HD 12
1963 1967 HD 20
1967 1973 HD 20A
1973 1983 HD 20B
1983 1993 HD 27A, 27B
1993 2003 HD 21B
2003 2013 HD 20A
2013 2023 HD 22A
2023 2033 HD 21A

Candidates

Candidate Birth county Residence county Elections
Andersen, H.C. Out of state Lincoln 1932, State House, District 12, General (Nonpartisan, Lost)
Andersen, H. Carl (Herman) Out of state Lincoln 1962, U.S. House, District 06, Primary (Republican, Lost)
1960, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Won)
1960, U.S. House, District 07, Primary (Republican, Won)
1958, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Won)
1958, U.S. House, District 07, Primary (Republican, Won)
1956, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Won)
1956, U.S. House, District 07, Primary (Republican, Won)
1954, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Won)
1954, U.S. House, District 07, Primary (Republican, Won)
1952, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Won)
1950, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Won)
1948, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Won)
1948, U.S. House, District 07, Primary (Republican, Won)
1946, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Won)
1946, U.S. House, District 07, Primary (Republican, Won)
1944, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Won)
1942, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Won)
1942, U.S. House, District 07, Primary (Republican, Won)
1940, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Won)
1938, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Won)
1938, U.S. House, District 07, Primary (Republican, Won)
1936, U.S. House, District 07, General (Republican, Lost)
1936, U.S. House, District 07, Primary (Republican, Won)
1934, State House, District 12, General (Nonpartisan, Won)
Anderson, Anton Out of state Lincoln 1924, State House, District 12, General (Nonpartisan, Won)
1922, State House, District 12, General (Nonpartisan, Won)
Brink, Mrs. Caroline Lincoln Stearns 1972, State House, District 17B, Primary (Nonpartisan, Lost)
Carlisle, Frank E. Out of state Lincoln 1900, Secretary of State, General (Prohibition, Lost)
Crain, Richard (Dick) Lincoln Lincoln 1966, State House, District 20A, General (Nonpartisan, Lost)
1964, State House, District 20, General (Nonpartisan, Won)
1962, State House, District 20, General (Nonpartisan, Lost)
Daggett, Roxann Lincoln Becker 2000, State House, District 11A, General (Republican, Won)
2000, State House, District 11A, Primary (Republican, Won)
1998, State House, District 11A, General (Republican, Won)
1998, State House, District 11A, Primary (Republican, Won)
1996, State House, District 11A, General (Republican, Won)
1996, State House, District 11A, Primary (Republican, Won)
1994, State House, District 11A, General (Independent-Republican, Won)
1994, State House, District 11A, Primary (Independent-Republican, Won)
Danielson, Hiram B. (H.B.) Goodhue Lincoln 1918, State House, District 12, General (Nonpartisan, Lost)
1918, State House, District 12, Primary (Nonpartisan, Won)
Dean, William E. (W.E.) Out of state Lincoln 1890, Clerk of the Supreme Court, General (Prohibition, Lost)
Ehret, Phil J. Out of state Lincoln 1918, State House, District 12, Primary (Nonpartisan, Lost)