U.S. House, District 04, 1919 Election
|Carl W. Cummins||Man||Republican||8,691||31.81|
|Carl R. (C.R.) Carlgren||Man||Socialist||424||1.55|
Special election on July 1, 1919 for the unexpired term ending March 3, 1921 to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Democrat Carl C. Van Dyke on May 20, 1919. Cummins was an attorney from St. Paul who defeated Keller at the Republican nominating convention. There were no party primaries held to determine nominees for this election.
- Minnesota Eyes Rare US House Special Election in 2017 (December 8, 2016)