U.S. Senate, 1934 Election
|Lewis E. (Scoop) Lohmann||Man||Democrat||68,066||28.63|
Hoidale was an attorney and former state Commissioner of Agriculture, Dairy and Food from Minneapolis, former prosecuting attorney of Brown County (1900-1906), former judge advocate of the state militia (1900-1908), Democratic candidate for the 5th CD in 1910 and 1912, Democratic nominee for the 5th CD in 1929, Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate in 1930, and a U.S. Representative (At-large, 1933-1935).
Lohmann was an attorney from St. Paul, former state American Legion commander, and Farmer-Labor candidate for Attorney General in 1940.
- The Legislative Manual of the State of Minnesota, 1935 (p. 203).