Governor, 1930 Election
|Floyd B. Olson||Man||Farmer-Labor||473,154||59.34||+23.03|
|Raymond P. (Ray) Chase||Man||Republican||289,528||36.31|
Olson was an attorney from Minneapolis, Hennepin County Attorney (1920-1930), and Farmer-Laborite nominee for governor in 1924.
Chase was a former Anoka municipal judge (1911-1916), deputy state Auditor (1916-1921), and state Auditor (1921-1931). He would later win election to the U.S. House (AL, 1933-1935) and the state Railroad and Warehouse Commission (1944-1948).
Indrehus was a farmer from Foley, former state Representative (HD 45, 1915-1919), candidate for governor in 1920, and Democratic gubernatorial nominee in 1922.
Reeve was a resident of St. Paul and former St. Paul mayoral candidate. Reeve was nominated by petition.
- Jeff Johnson and a History of 2nd-Chance Minnesota Gubernatorial Candidates (May 14, 2017)
- Do Minnesota Auditors Really Make Good Gubernatorial Candidates? (January 26, 2016)
- The Legislative Manual of the State of Minnesota, 1931 (Abstract of Votes Polled for State Officers By Counties).