Supreme Court Associate Justice, 1914 Election
|Albert Johnson (i)||Man||Nonpartisan||63,414||28.97||+13.96|
|George Bunn Incumbent||Man||Nonpartisan||51,377||23.47||+8.47|
|Charles B. Elliott||Man||Nonpartisan||32,845||15.00|
|Patrick W. (P.W.) Morrison||Man||Nonpartisan||29,283||13.38|
Associate Justice George Bunn was appointed to the seat by Governor Adolph Eberthart on January 7, 1913 after Associate Justice Calvin Brown ran for and was elected to the office of Chief Justice in the November 1912 election.
Johnson was a resident of Red Wing, First Judicial District Judge, and candidate for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court in 1920, and nominee for Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in 1924.
Elliott was an attorney from Minneapolis, former Hennepin County District Court judge, former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (1905-1909), former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippine Islands, and GOP candidate for the 5th CD in 1920.
Morrison was a resident of Norwood, sitting Eighth Judicial District Judge (1904-1917), former Carver County Attorney (1894-1902), and GOP candidate for the 3rd CD in 1903.
Watts was a resident of Crookston and Fourteenth Judicial District Judge.
Hunt was an attorney and author of law books from Litchfield who served as Litchfield City Attorney for six terms.
- The Legislative Manual of the State of Minnesota, 1915 (p. 195).