Lieutenant Governor, 1883 Election


Date: November 6, 1883
Cycle: 1883
Office: Lieutenant Governor
State: Minnesota
District: Statewide
Candidate Gender Party Votes Percent Margin
Charles A. (C.A.) Gilman Incumbent Man Republican 75,021 55.26 +14.33
Randolph (R.L.) Frazee Man Democrat 55,561 40.93
Cornelius B. (C.B.) Shove Man Democrat-Anti-Monopoly 5,001 3.68
Thomas A. Clark Man Write-In 79 0.06

Lieutenant Governor Gilman was reelected to a third term.

Frazee was owned a sawmill and flourmill in Frazee City.

Shove was an insurance agent from Minneapolis and future Republican State Representative (HD 40, 1903-1905).


  • Freeborn County Standard, January 9, 1884 (p. 2). Abstract of Votes Polled for State Officers By Counties, November 6, 1883.