Lieutenant Governor, 1950 Election
|C. Elmer Anderson Incumbent||Man||Republican||588,777||58.35||+18.60|
|Susie W. Stageberg||Woman||Progressive||19,043||1.89|
Lieutenant Governor Anderson was reelected to a sixth nonconsecutive term.
Murphy was a railroad traffic man from St. Paul and DFL nominee for Lieutenant Governor in 1944.
Stageberg, was a former prohibitionist from Red Wing and three-time Farmer-Labor nominee for Secretary of State in 1922, 1924, and 1928. She was known as the "Mother of the Farmer-Labor Party." Stageberg was nominated by petition.
- The Legislative Manual of the State of Minnesota, 1951 (p. 354).