Secretary of State, 1934 Election
|Mike Holm Incumbent||Man||Republican||477,573||47.13||+11.67|
|Konrad Knute (K.K.) Solberg||Man||Farmer-Labor||359,322||35.46|
|Hugh T. (H.T.) Kennedy||Man||Democrat||170,545||16.83|
Secretary of State Holm was reelected to his eighth of 16 terms.
Solberg was a farmer, banker, and former state Senator (SD 13, 1923-1931) from Clarkfield. He was also the 1932 Farmer-Labor nominee for Lieutenant Governor.
Kennedy, a resident of Kerkhoven, offered to withdraw in the campaign in favor of Holm. Kennedy was a Democratic nominee for an at-large U.S. House seat in 1932 and again for Secretary of State in 1938.
Turner, the Communist Party's 1932 nominee for the office, was an African-American from St. Paul. Turner was nominated by petition.
- The Legislative Manual of the State of Minnesota, 1935 (Abstract of Votes Polled for State Officers By Counties).