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Elections: 1857-present. State Representatives were elected to a one-year term until 1878 at which point they were elected to two-year terms. There were 80 state House seats at statehood across 37 districts, but those numbers have changed dramatically over the decades following various apportionments: 42 seats in 21 districts (Apportionment of 1860), 47 seats in 22 districts (1866), 106 seats in 41 districts (1871), 103 seats in 47 districts (1881), 114 seats in 54 districts (1889), 119 seats in 63 districts (1897), 130 seats in 67 districts (1913), 131 seats in 67 districts (1917), 135 seats in 118 districts (1963), 135 seats in 120 districts (1967), and 134 seats in 134 districts (1973). Over the decades there have been between one and six seats per House district.

Most recent elections

Date Office Stage Winners Details
11/03/2020 State House, District 19B General Luke Frederick (Democratic-Farmer-Labor) won with 12,052 votes (59.68%) and a winning margin of +19.58
Candidate Gender Party Votes Percent
Luke Frederick Man Democratic-Farmer-Labor 12,052 59.68
Jeremy Loger Man Republican 8,098 40.10
Scattering Write-In 44 0.22
11/03/2020 State House, District 01A General John Burkel (Republican) won with 15,169 votes (72.75%) and a winning margin of +45.55
Candidate Gender Party Votes Percent
John Burkel Man Republican 15,169 72.75
Connie Lindstrom Woman Democratic-Farmer-Labor 5,670 27.19
Scattering Write-In 13 0.06
11/03/2020 State House, District 01B General Debra (Deb) Kiel (Republican) won with 13,904 votes (70.90%) and a winning margin of +41.90
Candidate Gender Party Votes Percent
Debra (Deb) Kiel Incumbent Woman Republican 13,904 70.90
Cindy Ansbacher Woman Democratic-Farmer-Labor 5,687 29.00
Scattering Write-In 19 0.10
11/03/2020 State House, District 02A General Matthew J. Grossell (Republican) won with 14,009 votes (62.43%) and a winning margin of +25.02
Candidate Gender Party Votes Percent
Matthew J. Grossell Incumbent Man Republican 14,009 62.43
Jeremiah Liend Man Democratic-Farmer-Labor 8,395 37.41
Scattering Write-In 35 0.16
11/03/2020 State House, District 65A General Rena Moran (Democratic-Farmer-Labor) won with 14,253 votes (83.15%) and a winning margin of +66.57
Candidate Gender Party Votes Percent
Rena Moran Incumbent Woman Democratic-Farmer-Labor 14,253 83.15
Amy Anderson Woman Republican 2,843 16.59
Scattering Write-In 45 0.26