Lieutenant Governor, 1938 Election
|C. Elmer Anderson||Man||Republican||590,404||54.74||+20.01|
|John J. Kinzer||Man||Farmer-Labor||374,577||34.73|
|Ray M. Lang||Man||Democrat||113,483||10.52|
Anderson was a resident of Brainerd, former chairman of the Crow Wing County Young Republican League, and owner and president of a newspaper and magazine wholesaling business. At 26, Anderson was the youngest person to serve as Lieutenant Governor in Minnesota history.
Kinzer was a farmer from Cold Spring and state Representative (HD 46, 1935-1939, 1941-1963; HD 26, 1963-1965).
Lang was a resident of Alexandria, owner of a wholesale seed and feed business, and Democratic nominee for Treasurer in 1936.
- The Legislative Manual of the State of Minnesota, 1939 (Abstract of Votes Polled for State Officers By Counties).