The 15 Minnesota House races (and one Senate race) to watch in 2018

Update, November 5: This post has been updated with new spending totals from the latest campaign finance reports.

Four years after losing control of the state House of Representatives and two years after losing control of the state Senate, Minnesota DFLers are hoping for a change of fortune Nov. 6.

While recapturing the Senate requires a victory in just one district, there is only one race on the ballot this year. And that one — District 13, centered on Stearns County — has been reliably Republican. That doesn’t mean the DFL isn’t making a run at the winner-take-all race and that Republicans are taking a win for granted. Breaking the current 33-33 tie created by Michelle Fischbach’s resignation to become lieutenant governor will be, by far, the most expensive legislative race in the state in 2018.

The House, however, is very much in play. That 73-61 majority the GOP won in 2014 grew to 77-57 after 2016. That means the DFL has to pick up 11 seats to take the speakership away from Rep. Kurt Daudt and likely award it to House Minority Leader Melissa Hortman. But to have a chance at gaining 11 seats, the DFL needs to be playing hard in twice that many, people who are making spending decisions said. That not only provides a margin for error, but sets the stage for a bigger majority if the rumored Blue Wave materializes.

Republicans, in turn, can’t spend the fall just playing defense — that is, protecting their incumbents and defending open seats that Republican retirements left open. They are determined, therefore, to go after a handful of DFL seats, especially those in Greater Minnesota where they have made significant gains over the last three election cycles.

Just as Republicans began their two-election march to their current majority by looking at DFL districts that had been won by Mitt Romney over Barack Obama in 2012, DFLers are starting with what might be dubbed the Hillary 12. These mostly suburban Twin Cities districts were carried by Hillary Clinton by percentages ranging from 27.3 percent (49A) to 0.5 percent (33B) but elected or re-elected Republicans to the House. These battleground districts — sometimes referred to as rented districts or “borrowed ground.” That they are mostly in the suburbs adds to the DFL’s hopes because those are districts where approval of President Trump has grown weaker, especially among women.

Republicans are hoping that, if it becomes a big Democrat year nationally and in Minnesota, voters will split tickets. And some of their incumbents among the Hillary 12 — Rep. Jenifer Loon of Eden Prairie and Rep. Sarah Anderson of Plymouth, for example — have run and won several times, including in years that favored the DFL. Anderson won in the disastrous-for-Republicans 2006 and Loon won in the not-much-better 2008.

To that end, Republicans are outspending Democrats by far in an effort to keep the House. Democratic groups are more focused on the governor's race.

If there is a list labeled “The Hillary 12,” there is a corresponding list titled “The Donald 7” for the DFL incumbents in districts carried by Trump in 2016. First among those is Rep. Paul Marquart’s District 4B in northwest Minnesota where he won by nearly 8 percentage points while Trump was winning by 21.6 percent. Another Trump 7 district is 19A where the DFLer who kept control despite a 4 percent Trump margin — Rep. Clark Johnson of North Mankato — is stepping down after three terms.

Such open seats are targets for both parties, especially in the Twin Cities metro area. One of note is 36A where Republican Mark Uglem of Champlin isn’t running for re-election. Another is 38B where Republican Matt Dean of Dellwood is stepping down. Those two districts were Trump plus-0.7 percent and Trump plus 1.2 percent respectively. On the DFL side, Rep. Erin Maye Quade’s decision to join Erin Murphy’s unsuccessful gubernatorial ticket has left her District 57A vulnerable to a GOP pickup, despite its 2016 margin of Clinton-plus 6.2 percent.

An unexpected pickup for the DFL could come in 14B where Republican Jim Knoblach of St. Cloud suspended his campaign after allegations of sexual abuse were made public by his daughter. The DFL already had hopes that onetime state Senate candidate Dan Wolgamott could threaten Knoblach who had only won by 3 percentage points in 2016.

Many of the suburban Twin Cities districts cover the same real estate as two contested Congressional races where GOP incumbents are fighting for survival against aggressive and well-funded Democratic challenges. How will the campaigns of Angie Craig against Jason Lewis and Dean Phillips against Erik Paulsen drive turnout and will that help DFL candidates for the state House?

This group of Races to Watch does not pretend to be an exhaustive list. Instead it looks at past voting records and current campaign spending trends — combined with conversations with campaign leaders — to come up with the races that are both being watched and could speak to broader trends in the 2018 election.

And yes, a partisan tie is possible, something that last happened in 1978 when the DFL blew a 64-seat majority to enter the 1979 session tied 67-67. It is still known as the Minnesota Massacre.

All 16 races to watch are displayed below. To more easily compare, contrast and explore the races, click the "Show only" links to toggle the various filters on and off.

State House District 1A

Incumbent:
  • Dan Fabian (R) (First elected: 2010)
Challengers:
  • Stephen R. Moeller (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$6,495.73
Spent to help Republicans$17,092.82

93rd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Dan Fabian (R) 74.24%
George Nyakasi Bass (DFL) 25.66%
State Senator District 1, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Mark Johnson (R) 64.06%
Kip Fontaine (DFL) 35.89%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)64.6%
Clinton (D)27.7%

State House District 1B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Brent Lindstrom (DFL)
  • Debra (Deb) Kiel (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$12,181.95
Spent to help Republicans$22,691.88

62nd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Debra (Deb) Kiel (R) 64.75%
Michael "Mike" Moore (DFL) 35.15%
State Senator District 1, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Mark Johnson (R) 58.63%
Kip Fontaine (DFL) 41.32%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)60.99%
Clinton (D)31.25%

State House District 2A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Matthew J. Grossell (R)
  • Michael Northbird (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$16,764.80
Spent to help Republicans$23,179.01

56th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Matthew J. Grossell (R) 63.94%
Jerry Loud (DFL) 35.74%
State Senator District 2, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Paul Utke (R) 53.31%
Rod Skoe (DFL) 46.6%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)59.56%
Clinton (D)33.32%

State House District 2B

Incumbent:
  • Steve Green (R) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • Karen Branden (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$21,167.96
Spent to help Republicans$18,311.85

57th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Steve Green (R) 60.94%
Bryan Klabunde (DFL) 38.99%
State Senator District 2, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Paul Utke (R) 59.92%
Rod Skoe (DFL) 39.95%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)63.87%
Clinton (D)29.4%

State House District 3A

Incumbent:
  • Rob Ecklund (DFL) (First elected: 2015)
Challengers:
  • Randy Goutermont (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$97,344.17
Spent to help Republicans$25,645.36

28th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Rob Ecklund (DFL) 63.25%
Tom Long (R) 36.55%
State Senator District 3, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Tom Bakk (DFL) 63.01%
Jennifer Havlick (R) 36.82%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)49.17%
Clinton (D)42.72%

State House District 3B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Mary Murphy (DFL)
  • Keith MacDonald (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$2,684.09
Spent to help Republicans$3,343.00

125th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Mary Murphy (DFL) 59.57%
Timothy Brandon (R) 40.32%
State Senator District 3, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Tom Bakk (DFL) 59.73%
Jennifer Havlick (R) 40.13%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)49.68%
Trump (R)42.21%

State House District 4A

Incumbent:
  • Ben Lien (DFL) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • Jordan Idso (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$7,517.99
Spent to help Republicans$8,294.39

112nd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Ben Lien (DFL) 62.20%
Jordan Idso (R) 37.72%
State Senator District 4, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Kent Eken (DFL) 59.04%
James Leiman (R) 40.81%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)48.46%
Trump (R)41.27%

State House District 5A

Incumbent:
  • Matt Bliss (R) (First elected: 2016)
Challengers:
  • John Persell (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$48,972.11
Spent to help Republicans$115,317.46

24th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Matt Bliss (R) 53.88%
John Persell (DFL) 45.99%
State Senator District 5, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Justin Eichorn (R) 51.25%
Tom Saxhaug (DFL) 48.59%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)51.35%
Clinton (D)39.2%

State House District 6A

Incumbent:
  • Julie Sandstede (DFL) (First elected: 2016)
Challengers:
  • Guy Anderson (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$21,776.64
Spent to help Republicans$5,738.51

82nd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Julie Sandstede (DFL) 58.85%
Robert (Rob) Farnsworth (R) 40.76%
State Senator District 6, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
David Tomassoni (DFL) 64.1%
Skeeter Tomczak (R) 35.69%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)47.36%
Clinton (D)44.23%

State House District 6B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Dave Lislegard (DFL)
  • Skeeter Tomczak (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$41,957.37
Spent to help Republicans$4,495.34

46th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jason I. Metsa (DFL) 60.42%
Matt Matasich (R) 39.44%
State Senator District 6, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
David Tomassoni (DFL) 61.39%
Skeeter Tomczak (R) 38.48%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)47.31%
Clinton (D)44.62%

State House District 7A

Incumbent:
  • Jennifer Schultz (DFL) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Dana Krivogorsky (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$5,134.16
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

130th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jennifer Schultz (DFL) 70.30%
Dylan C. Raddant (R) 29.42%
State Senator District 7, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Erik Simonson (DFL) 64.71%
Donna Bergstrom (R) 35.02%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)61.42%
Trump (R)27.96%

State House District 7B

Incumbent:
  • Liz Olson (DFL) (First elected: 2016)
Challengers:
  • Caroline Burley (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$5,372.89
Spent to help Republicans$260.67

128th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Liz Olson (DFL) 70.87%
Cody Barringer (R) 28.92%
State Senator District 7, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Erik Simonson (DFL) 66.42%
Donna Bergstrom (R) 33.35%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)58.38%
Trump (R)32.31%

State House District 8A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Brittney Johnson (DFL)
  • Bud Nornes (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$19,991.83
Spent to help Republicans$9,358.90

77th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Bud Nornes (R) 65.19%
C. J. Holl (DFL) 34.70%
State Senator District 8, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Bill Ingebrigtsen (R) 63.85%
Shawn Olson (DFL) 36.1%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)62.5%
Clinton (D)30.84%

State House District 8B

Incumbent:
  • Mary Franson (R) (First elected: 2010)
Challengers:
  • Gail Kulp (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$33,369.05
Spent to help Republicans$36,890.71

35th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Mary Franson (R) 64.87%
Gail Kulp (DFL) 35.02%
State Senator District 8, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Bill Ingebrigtsen (R) 68.54%
Shawn Olson (DFL) 31.38%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)65.19%
Clinton (D)27.52%

State House District 9A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • John M. Poston (R)
  • Alex Hering (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$15,208.87
Spent to help Republicans$17,744.39

70th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
John M. Poston (R) 68.53%
Meg Litts (DFL) 31.31%
State Senator District 9, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Paul Gazelka (R) 70.32%
Jason Weinerman (DFL) 29.57%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)70.39%
Clinton (D)23.36%

State House District 9B

Incumbent:
  • Ron Kresha (R) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • Stephen Browning (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$14,182.84
Spent to help Republicans$23,584.37

58th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Ron Kresha (R) 72.30%
Dustin Simmonds (DFL) 27.62%
State Senator District 9, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Paul Gazelka (R) 72.07%
Jason Weinerman (DFL) 27.85%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)72.74%
Clinton (D)21.35%

State House District 10A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Josh Heintzeman (R)
  • Dale Menk (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$9,959.45
Spent to help Republicans$21,229.18

74th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Josh Heintzeman (R) 59.32%
Quinn Nystrom (DFL) 40.55%
State Senator District 10, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Carrie Ruud (R) 64.69%
Tiffany Steglein (DFL) 35.16%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)60.85%
Clinton (D)31.42%

State House District 10B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Phil Yetzer (DFL)
  • Dale K Lueck (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$17,220.58
Spent to help Republicans$19,014.67

61st highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Dale K Lueck (R) 63.13%
Erin Wagner (DFL) 36.78%
State Senator District 10, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Carrie Ruud (R) 63.94%
Tiffany Steglein (DFL) 35.95%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)62.49%
Clinton (D)31.22%

State House District 11A

Incumbent:
  • Mike Sundin (DFL) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • Jeff A. Dotseth (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$10,134.53
Spent to help Republicans$24,016.29

65th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Mike Sundin (DFL) 59.68%
Mike Line (R) 40.18%
State Senator District 11, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Tony Lourey (DFL) 61.26%
Michael Cummins (R) 38.62%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)46.53%
Trump (R)44.75%

State House District 11B

Incumbent:
  • Jason Rarick (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Tim Burkhardt (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$12,759.86
Spent to help Republicans$9,852.38

99th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jason Rarick (R) 60.40%
Tom Jones (DFL) 39.45%
State Senator District 11, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Michael Cummins (R) 52.77%
Tony Lourey (DFL) 47.06%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)61.0%
Clinton (D)31.38%

State House District 12A

Incumbent:
  • Jeff Backer (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Murray Smart (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$13,840.83
Spent to help Republicans$35,540.58

43rd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jeff Backer (R) 60.46%
Jay Mcnamar (DFL) 39.46%
State Senator District 12, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Torrey Westrom (R) 65.1%
Russ Hinrichs (DFL) 34.85%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)59.07%
Clinton (D)32.64%

State House District 12B

Incumbent:
  • Paul H. Anderson (R) (First elected: 2008)
Challengers:
  • Ben Schirmers (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$6,740.61
Spent to help Republicans$21,486.82

79th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Paul Anderson (R) 98.23%
State Senator District 12, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Torrey Westrom (R) 70.22%
Russ Hinrichs (DFL) 29.71%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)70.26%
Clinton (D)23.66%

State House District 13A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Lisa Demuth (R)
  • Jim Read (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$39,243.50
Spent to help Republicans$57,496.56

30th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jeff Howe (R) 66.02%
Anne Buckvold (DFL) 33.90%
State Senator District 13, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Michelle Fischbach (R) 69.51%
Michael Willemsen (DFL) 30.4%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)63.62%
Clinton (D)29.23%

State House District 13B

Incumbent:
  • Tim O'Driscoll (R) (First elected: 2010)
Challengers:
  • Heidi L. Everett (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$5,377.14
Spent to help Republicans$24,021.86

76th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Tim O'Driscoll (R) 69.63%
Matthew Crouse (DFL) 30.25%
State Senator District 13, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Michelle Fischbach (R) 67.71%
Michael Willemsen (DFL) 32.19%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)62.87%
Clinton (D)29.53%

State House District 14A

Incumbent:
  • Tama Theis (R) (First elected: 2013)
Challengers:
  • Aric Putnam (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$34,437.34
Spent to help Republicans$51,328.96

31st highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Tama Theis (R) 54.65%
Aric Putnam (DFL) 45.17%
State Senator District 14, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Jerry Relph (R) 49.66%
Dan Wolgamott (DFL) 45.35%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)51.25%
Clinton (D)39.76%

State House District 14B

Incumbent:
  • Jim Knoblach (R) (First elected: 1994)
Challengers:
  • Dan Wolgamott (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$113,522.18
Spent to help Republicans$93,761.70

23rd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jim Knoblach (R) 51.20%
Zachary "Zach" Dorholt (DFL) 48.55%
State Senator District 14, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Dan Wolgamott (DFL) 49.0%
Jerry Relph (R) 44.76%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)46.29%
Clinton (D)42.92%

State House District 15A

Incumbent:
  • Sondra Erickson (R) (First elected: 1998)
Challengers:
  • Emy Minzel (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$20,209.60
Spent to help Republicans$16,231.33

60th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Sondra Erickson (R) 63.69%
Kent Lestrud (DFL) 36.05%
State Senator District 15, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Andrew Mathews (R) 67.57%
Chilah Brown (DFL) 32.13%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)66.36%
Clinton (D)26.46%

State House District 15B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Shane Mekeland (R)
  • Karla Scapanski (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$14,701.47
Spent to help Republicans$18,625.88

68th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jim Newberger (R) 68.88%
Karla Scapanski (DFL) 31.02%
State Senator District 15, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Andrew Mathews (R) 73.45%
Chilah Brown (DFL) 26.41%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)71.0%
Clinton (D)21.79%

State House District 16A

Incumbent:
  • Chris Swedzinski (R) (First elected: 2010)
Challengers:
  • Tom Wyatt-Yerka (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$5,525.80
Spent to help Republicans$17,602.38

96th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Chris Swedzinski (R) 68.10%
'Al' Kruse (DFL) 31.81%
State Senator District 16, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Gary Dahms (R) 64.58%
James Kanne (DFL) 35.33%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)60.39%
Clinton (D)31.11%

State House District 16B

Incumbent:
  • Paul Torkelson (R) (First elected: 2008)
Challengers:
  • Marinda "Mindy" Kimmel (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$22,899.59
Spent to help Republicans$17,417.14

55th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Paul Torkelson (R) 73.06%
Austin Grossenburg (DFL) 26.82%
State Senator District 16, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Gary Dahms (R) 69.85%
James Kanne (DFL) 30.07%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)64.49%
Clinton (D)26.62%

State House District 17A

Incumbent:
  • Tim Miller (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Lyle Koenen (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$3,586.42
Spent to help Republicans$27,649.01

73rd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Tim Miller (R) 59.01%
Andrew Falk (DFL) 40.91%
State Senator District 17, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Andrew Lang (R) 56.22%
Lyle Koenen (DFL) 43.72%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)62.89%
Clinton (D)29.65%

State House District 17B

Incumbent:
  • Dave Baker (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Anita Flowe (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$21,407.78
Spent to help Republicans$24,300.75

47th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Dave Baker (R) 59.51%
Mary Sawatzky (DFL) 40.36%
State Senator District 17, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Andrew Lang (R) 58.27%
Lyle Koenen (DFL) 41.62%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)57.26%
Clinton (D)34.69%

State House District 18A

Incumbent:
  • Dean Urdahl (R) (First elected: 2002)
Challengers:
  • Justin Vold (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$4,231.33
Spent to help Republicans$19,591.98

92nd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Dean Urdahl (R) 97.81%
State Senator District 18, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Scott Newman (R) 65.57%
Amy Wilde (DFL) 34.34%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)64.58%
Clinton (D)26.69%

State House District 18B

Incumbent:
  • Glenn Gruenhagen (R) (First elected: 2010)
Challengers:
  • Ashley Latzke (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$10,945.10
Spent to help Republicans$12,605.28

95th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Glenn Gruenhagen (R) 67.80%
Darrel H. Mosel (DFL) 32.08%
State Senator District 18, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Scott Newman (R) 67.77%
Amy Wilde (DFL) 32.13%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)66.62%
Clinton (D)25.08%

State House District 19B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Joe Steck (R)
  • Jack Considine (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$5,170.55
Spent to help Republicans$683.03

127th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jack Considine (DFL) 59.55%
Adam Isakson (R) 40.23%
State Senator District 19, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Nick Frentz (DFL) 57.81%
Willa Dailey (R) 35.23%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)48.18%
Trump (R)40.51%

State House District 20A

Incumbent:
  • Bob Vogel (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Barbara Dröher Kline (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$17,257.50
Spent to help Republicans$26,202.71

52nd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Bob Vogel (R) 60.81%
Jim Connelly (DFL) 39.07%
State Senator District 20, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Rich Draheim (R) 60.54%
Kevil Dahle (DFL) 39.29%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)62.17%
Clinton (D)30.27%

State House District 20B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Todd Lippert (DFL)
  • Josh Gare (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$62,878.39
Spent to help Republicans$196,217.03

18th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
David Bly (DFL) 54.15%
Aramis Wells (R) 45.77%
State Senator District 20, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Kevil Dahle (DFL) 56.66%
Rich Draheim (R) 43.22%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)46.68%
Trump (R)45.52%

State House District 21A

Incumbent:
  • Barb Haley (R) (First elected: 2016)
Challengers:
  • Lori Ann Clark (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$27,964.78
Spent to help Republicans$42,860.54

34th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Barb Haley (R) 54.99%
Lisa Bayley (DFL) 44.88%
State Senator District 21, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Mike Goggin (R) 50.78%
Matt Schmit (DFL) 49.14%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)51.22%
Clinton (D)40.07%

State House District 21B

Incumbent:
  • Steve Drazkowski (R) (First elected: 2007)
Challengers:
  • Jonathan Isenor (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$8,660.72
Spent to help Republicans$8,478.64

110th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Steve Drazkowski (R) 65.26%
Elise Diesslin (DFL) 34.66%
State Senator District 21, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Mike Goggin (R) 57.75%
Matt Schmit (DFL) 42.14%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)60.72%
Clinton (D)30.76%

State House District 22A

Incumbent:
  • Joe Schomacker (R) (First elected: 2010)
Challengers:
  • Maxwell Kaufman (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$11,146.11
Spent to help Republicans$16,120.83

83rd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Joe Schomacker (R) 71.98%
Laura Woods (DFL) 27.98%
State Senator District 22, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Bill Weber (R) 71.53%
Brian Abrahamson (DFL) 28.4%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)65.76%
Clinton (D)26.64%

State House District 22B

Incumbent:
  • Rod Hamilton (R) (First elected: 2004)
Challengers:
  • Cheniqua Johnson (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$14,373.26
Spent to help Republicans$18,854.51

69th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Rod Hamilton (R) 69.48%
Kirby G. Kruse (DFL) 30.43%
State Senator District 22, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Bill Weber (R) 68.64%
Brian Abrahamson (DFL) 31.27%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)62.74%
Clinton (D)30.49%

State House District 23A

Incumbent:
  • Bob Gunther (R) (First elected: 1995)
Challengers:
  • Heather L. Klassen (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$21,513.53
Spent to help Republicans$22,177.01

51st highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Bob Gunther (R) 68.14%
Zac Huntley (DFL) 31.78%
State Senator District 23, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Julie Rosen (R) 74.72%
Barbara Ann Lake (DFL) 25.21%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)65.92%
Clinton (D)26.66%

State House District 23B

Incumbent:
  • Jeremy Munson (R) (First elected: 2018)
Challengers:
  • Jim Grabowska (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$16,208.75
Spent to help Republicans$17,927.69

66th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Tony Cornish (R) 66.91%
Josh Haseman (DFL) 32.99%
State Senator District 23, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Julie Rosen (R) 66.84%
Barbara Ann Lake (DFL) 33.03%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)58.98%
Clinton (D)32.42%

State House District 24A

Incumbent:
  • John Petersburg (R) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • Joe Heegard (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$21,754.81
Spent to help Republicans$23,889.63

48th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
John Petersburg (R) 56.87%
Bev Cashman (DFL) 43.02%
State Senator District 24, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
John Jasinski (R) 59.15%
Vicki Jensen (DFL) 40.73%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)57.38%
Clinton (D)33.43%

State House District 24B

Incumbent:
  • Brian Daniels (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Yvette Marthaler (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$29,794.95
Spent to help Republicans$32,766.69

36th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Brian Daniels (R) 58.39%
Patti Fritz (DFL) 41.47%
State Senator District 24, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
John Jasinski (R) 57.83%
Vicki Jensen (DFL) 42.02%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)58.42%
Clinton (D)33.23%

State House District 25A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Duane Quam (R)
  • Jamie Mahlberg (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$43,749.18
Spent to help Republicans$6,812.03

42nd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Duane Quam (R) 59.96%
Linda (Wally) Walbruch (DFL) 39.94%
State Senator District 25, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
David Senjem (R) 68.53%
Dale Amorosia (DFL) 31.37%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)52.41%
Clinton (D)36.66%

State House District 25B

Incumbent:
  • Duane Sauke (DFL) (First elected: 2016)
Challengers:
  • Kenneth L. Bush (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$38,768.13
Spent to help Republicans$3,159.86

54th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Duane Sauke (DFL) 51.79%
Fran Bradley (R) 48.08%
State Senator District 25, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
David Senjem (R) 57.71%
Dale Amorosia (DFL) 42.16%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)49.7%
Trump (R)39.78%

State House District 26A

Incumbent:
  • Tina Liebling (DFL) (First elected: 2004)
Challengers:
  • Paul F. Wilson (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$21,354.79
Spent to help Republicans$1,062.15

100th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Tina Liebling (DFL) 59.89%
Will Waggoner (R) 39.98%
State Senator District 26, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Rich Wright (DFL) 51.46%
Carla Nelson (R) 48.39%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)53.51%
Trump (R)36.31%

State House District 26B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Tyrel Clark (DFL)
  • Nels T. Pierson (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$37,556.74
Spent to help Republicans$7,109.67

50th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Nels T. Pierson (R) 59.14%
John Wayne Austinson (DFL) 40.73%
State Senator District 26, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Carla Nelson (R) 61.7%
Rich Wright (DFL) 38.25%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)52.65%
Clinton (D)38.1%

State House District 27A

Incumbent:
  • Peggy Bennett (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Terry Gjersvik (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$39,940.69
Spent to help Republicans$32,496.74

33rd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Peggy Bennett (R) 61.71%
Gary Schindler (DFL) 38.21%
State Senator District 27, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Dan Sparks (DFL) 52.93%
Gene Dornink (R) 46.99%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)55.28%
Clinton (D)37.1%

State House District 27B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Christine Green (R)
  • Jeanne Poppe (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$26,892.79
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

84th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jeanne Poppe (DFL) 53.61%
Dennis R Schminke (R) 46.30%
State Senator District 27, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Dan Sparks (DFL) 56.78%
Gene Dornink (R) 43.15%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)50.18%
Clinton (D)41.64%

State House District 28A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Gene Pelowski Jr. (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$12,891.22
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

115th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Gene Pelowski Jr. (DFL) 63.15%
Adam Pace (R) 36.72%
State Senator District 28, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Jeremy Miller (R) 62.28%
Jon Pieper (DFL) 37.62%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)46.04%
Trump (R)43.75%

State House District 28B

Incumbent:
  • Gregory M. Davids (R) (First elected: 1991)
Challengers:
  • Thomas Trehus (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$52,658.77
Spent to help Republicans$86,397.93

27th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Gregory M. Davids (R) 54.54%
Thomas Trehus (DFL) 45.32%
State Senator District 28, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Jeremy Miller (R) 63.6%
Jon Pieper (DFL) 36.33%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)54.88%
Clinton (D)37.01%

State House District 29A

Incumbent:
  • Joe McDonald (R) (First elected: 2010)
Challengers:
  • Renée Cardarelle (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$11,698.55
Spent to help Republicans$8,881.68

107th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Joseph Mcdonald (R) 69.62%
Cortney Phillips (DFL) 30.26%
State Senator District 29, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Bruce Anderson (R) 65.18%
Janice Holter Kittok (DFL) 34.67%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)62.69%
Clinton (D)28.63%

State House District 29B

Incumbent:
  • Marion O'Neill (R) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • Sharon A. McGinty (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$3,959.50
Spent to help Republicans$6,317.36

118th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Marion O'Neill (R) 65.53%
Steve Kilburn (DFL) 34.35%
State Senator District 29, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Bruce Anderson (R) 66.88%
Janice Holter Kittok (DFL) 33.05%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)60.99%
Clinton (D)30.52%

State House District 30A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Nick Zerwas (R)
  • Sarah Hamlin (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$3,395.94
Spent to help Republicans$16,269.34

108th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Nick Zerwas (R) 68.58%
Sarah Hamlin (DFL) 31.29%
State Senator District 30, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Mary Kiffmeyer (R) 70.97%
P.J. LaCroix (DFL) 28.9%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)61.14%
Clinton (D)30.24%

State House District 30B

Incumbent:
  • Eric Lucero (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Margaret Fernandez (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$12,770.88
Spent to help Republicans$15,248.50

81st highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Eric Lucero (R) 70.16%
Margaret Fernandez (DFL) 29.70%
State Senator District 30, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Mary Kiffmeyer (R) 72.42%
P.J. LaCroix (DFL) 27.48%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)61.86%
Clinton (D)29.37%

State House District 31A

Incumbent:
  • Kurt Daudt (R) (First elected: 2010)
Challengers:
  • Brad Brown (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$9,031.14
Spent to help Republicans$23,403.38

72nd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Kurt Daudt (R) 70.33%
Sarah Udvig (DFL) 29.47%
State Senator District 31, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Michelle Benson (R) 68.9%
Ricky Englund (DFL) 30.97%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)68.62%
Clinton (D)23.78%

State House District 31B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Sue Larson (DFL)
  • Calvin (Cal) K. Bahr (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$349.84
Spent to help Republicans$8,689.35

119th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Cal (Calvin) K. Bahr (R) 66.42%
Susan Larson (DFL) 33.41%
State Senator District 31, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Michelle Benson (R) 67.09%
Ricky Englund (DFL) 32.78%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)63.31%
Clinton (D)28.8%

State House District 32A

Incumbent:
  • Brian Johnson (R) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • Renae Berg (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$5,198.00
Spent to help Republicans$10,530.53

113rd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Brian Johnson (R) 63.00%
Paul Gammel (DFL) 36.79%
State Senator District 32, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Mark Koran (R) 55.34%
Tim Nelson (DFL) 44.5%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)63.78%
Clinton (D)27.93%

State House District 32B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Jeff Peterson (DFL)
  • Anne Neu (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$17,053.31
Spent to help Republicans$9,290.00

86th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Anne E. Neu (R) 53.22%
Laurie J. Warner (DFL) 46.73%
State Senator District 32, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Mark Koran (R) 57.66%
Tim Nelson (DFL) 42.21%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)60.24%
Clinton (D)31.27%

State House District 33A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Jerry Hertaus (R)
  • Norrie Thomas (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$46,883.27
Spent to help Republicans$13,302.93

38th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jerry Hertaus (R) 67.76%
Norrie Thomas (DFL) 32.05%
State Senator District 33, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
David Osmek (R) 63.56%
Sherrie Pugh (DFL) 30.12%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)54.04%
Clinton (D)37.33%

State House District 33B

Incumbent:
  • Cindy Pugh (R) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • Kelly Morrison (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$75,488.78
Spent to help Republicans$151,838.72

20th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Cindy Pugh (R) 60.34%
Brad Brothen (DFL) 39.51%
State Senator District 33, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
David Osmek (R) 55.49%
Sherrie Pugh (DFL) 38.5%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)45.48%
Trump (R)44.99%

State House District 34A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Kristin Robbins (R)
  • Dan Solon (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$11,585.71
Spent to help Republicans$70,887.09

32nd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Joyce Peppin (R) 65.90%
Dave Craig (DFL) 33.95%
State Senator District 34, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Warren Limmer (R) 63.54%
Bonnie Westlin (DFL) 36.32%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)50.74%
Clinton (D)40.39%

State House District 34B

Incumbent:
  • Dennis Smith (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Kristin Bahner (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$145,973.17
Spent to help Republicans$235,268.86

4th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Dennis Smith (R) 55.83%
Kristin Bahner (DFL) 43.95%
State Senator District 34, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Warren Limmer (R) 57.01%
Bonnie Westlin (DFL) 42.82%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)47.42%
Trump (R)43.16%

State House District 35A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Bill Vikander (DFL)
  • John Heinrich (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$9,562.88
Spent to help Republicans$15,470.78

90th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Abigail Whelan (R) 61.35%
Andy Hillebregt (DFL) 38.48%
State Senator District 35, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Jim Abeler (R) 66.89%
Roger Johnson (DFL) 32.86%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)52.98%
Clinton (D)37.43%

State House District 35B

Incumbent:
  • Peggy Scott (R) (First elected: 2008)
Challengers:
  • Kathryn Eckhardt (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$21,775.62
Spent to help Republicans$23,744.77

49th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Peggy Scott (R) 64.74%
Wes Volkenant (DFL) 35.17%
State Senator District 35, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Jim Abeler (R) 68.01%
Roger Johnson (DFL) 31.87%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)55.11%
Clinton (D)36.13%

State House District 36B

Incumbent:
  • Melissa Hortman (DFL) (First elected: 2004)
Challengers:
  • Jermain A Botsio (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$24,395.84
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

91st highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Melissa Hortman (DFL) 55.66%
Peter Crema (R) 44.11%
State Senator District 36, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
John Hoffman (DFL) 51.98%
Jeffrey Lunde (R) 47.76%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)51.72%
Trump (R)39.73%

State House District 37B

Incumbent:
  • Nolan West (R) (First elected: 2016)
Challengers:
  • Amir Joseph Malik (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$131,029.79
Spent to help Republicans$132,141.06

17th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Nolan West (R) 50.26%
Susan Witt (DFL) 49.52%
State Senator District 37, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Brad Sanford (R) 51.89%
Jerry Newton (DFL) 47.95%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)47.55%
Clinton (D)43.29%

State House District 38A

Incumbent:
  • Linda Runbeck (R) (First elected: 1989)
Challengers:
  • Kevin Fogarty (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$11,275.10
Spent to help Republicans$19,580.86

75th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Linda Runbeck (R) 61.40%
Kevin Fogarty (DFL) 38.51%
State Senator District 38, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Roger Chamberlain (R) 59.95%
Pat Davern (DFL) 39.95%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)50.66%
Clinton (D)40.01%

State House District 39A

Incumbent:
  • Bob Dettmer (R) (First elected: 2006)
Challengers:
  • Ann Mozey (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$15,694.91
Spent to help Republicans$9,536.52

89th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Bob Dettmer (R) 61.43%
Jody W. Anderson (DFL) 38.48%
State Senator District 39, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Karin Housley (R) 62.51%
Sten Hakanson (DFL) 37.39%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)51.12%
Clinton (D)40.49%

State House District 39B

Incumbent:
  • Kathy Lohmer (R) (First elected: 2010)
Challengers:
  • Shelly Christensen (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$122,743.60
Spent to help Republicans$110,362.63

19th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Kathy Lohmer (R) 59.02%
Alan Kantrud (DFL) 40.92%
State Senator District 39, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Karin Housley (R) 60.07%
Sten Hakanson (DFL) 39.82%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)45.79%
Clinton (D)45.51%

State House District 40A

Incumbent:
  • Michael V. Nelson (DFL) (First elected: 2002)
Challengers:
  • David True (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$9,426.41
Spent to help Republicans$4,503.86

114th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Michael Nelson (DFL) 96.39%
State Senator District 40, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Chris Eaton (DFL) 68.39%
Robert Marvin (R) 31.21%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)67.27%
Trump (R)25.92%

State House District 40B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Robert Marvin (R)
  • Samantha Vang (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$4,494.54
Spent to help Republicans$6,620.03

117th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Debra Hilstrom (DFL) 69.24%
Mali Marvin (R) 30.24%
State Senator District 40, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Chris Eaton (DFL) 67.33%
Robert Marvin (R) 32.28%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)64.7%
Trump (R)27.43%

State House District 41A

Incumbent:
  • Connie Bernardy (DFL) (First elected: 2001)
Challengers:
  • Susan A. Erickson (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$15,162.90
Spent to help Republicans$6,837.45

101st highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Connie Bernardy (DFL) 60.38%
Ryan Evanson (R) 39.43%
State Senator District 41, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Carolyn Laine (DFL) 57.95%
Gary Johnson (R) 41.89%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)55.26%
Trump (R)34.94%

State House District 41B

Incumbent:
  • Mary Kunesh-Podein (DFL) (First elected: 2016)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$8,979.79
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

120th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Mary Kunesh-Podein (DFL) 63.24%
Camden J. Pike (R) 36.50%
State Senator District 41, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Carolyn Laine (DFL) 64.04%
Gary Johnson (R) 35.73%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)61.46%
Trump (R)28.81%

State House District 42B

Incumbent:
  • Jamie Becker-Finn (DFL) (First elected: 2016)
Challengers:
  • Yele-Mis Yang (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$26,982.02
Spent to help Republicans$24,414.56

41st highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jamie Becker-Finn (DFL) 56.90%
Tracy Nelson (R) 42.92%
State Senator District 42, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Jason "Ike" Isaacson (DFL) 57.02%
Candy Sina (R) 42.78%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)55.45%
Trump (R)34.99%

State House District 43A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Robert J. "Bob" Cardinal (R)
  • Peter M Fischer (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$26,337.38
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

87th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Peter M Fischer (DFL) 54.95%
Bob Cardinal (R) 44.84%
State Senator District 43, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Chuck Wiger (DFL) 55.6%
Bob Zick (R) 36.9%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)53.42%
Trump (R)37.73%

State House District 43B

Incumbent:
  • Leon M. Lillie (DFL) (First elected: 2004)
Challengers:
  • Rachael Bucholz (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$11,582.29
Spent to help Republicans$5,759.62

109th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Leon M. Lillie (DFL) 59.52%
Nathan Hansen (R) 40.23%
State Senator District 43, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Chuck Wiger (DFL) 58.4%
Bob Zick (R) 33.86%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)51.85%
Trump (R)38.98%

State House District 44B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Gary Porter (R)
  • Patty Acomb (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$37,904.32
Spent to help Republicans$5,261.69

53rd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jon Applebaum (DFL) 54.89%
Patti Meier (R) 44.89%
State Senator District 44, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Deb Calvert (DFL) 52.76%
Paul Anderson (R) 47.09%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)56.57%
Trump (R)34.93%

State House District 45A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Lyndon R. Carlson (DFL)
  • Reid Johnson (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$24,410.80
Spent to help Republicans$4,176.08

78th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Lyndon R. Carlson (DFL) 56.80%
Richard Lieberman (R) 42.94%
State Senator District 45, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Ann Rest (DFL) 61.01%
Roxana Bruins (R) 38.75%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)57.53%
Trump (R)33.18%

State House District 45B

Incumbent:
  • Mike Freiberg (DFL) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • Steve Merriman (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$13,305.85
Spent to help Republicans$3,462.32

111st highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Mike Freiberg (DFL) 68.04%
Alma J. Wetzker (R) 31.65%
State Senator District 45, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Ann Rest (DFL) 66.06%
Roxana Bruins (R) 33.64%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)63.44%
Trump (R)27.18%

State House District 46A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Luke McCusker (R)
  • Ryan Winkler (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$21,294.80
Spent to help Republicans$334.09

104th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Peggy Flanagan (DFL) 63.85%
Anne Taylor (R) 35.84%
State Senator District 46, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Ron Latz (DFL) 96.58%
(R) 0.0%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)65.8%
Trump (R)25.53%

State House District 46B

Incumbent:
  • Cheryl Youakim (DFL) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Melissa Moore (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$21,239.38
Spent to help Republicans$4,647.76

88th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Cheryl Youakim (DFL) 68.67%
Bryan P. Björnson (R) 30.97%
State Senator District 46, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Ron Latz (DFL) 96.58%
(R) 0.0%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)67.71%
Trump (R)23.05%

State House District 47A

Incumbent:
  • Jim Nash (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Madalynn Gerold (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$15,982.94
Spent to help Republicans$33,169.76

44th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jim Nash (R) 71.50%
Sean White (DFL) 28.40%
State Senator District 47, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Scott Jensen (R) 71.87%
Darryl Scarborough (DFL) 28.04%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)60.42%
Clinton (D)31.04%

State House District 48A

Incumbent:
  • Laurie Pryor (DFL) (First elected: 2016)
Challengers:
  • Ellen Cousins (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$99,365.28
Spent to help Republicans$52,361.17

25th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Laurie Pryor (DFL) 51.66%
Mary Shapiro (R) 48.18%
State Senator District 48, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Steve Cwodzinski (DFL) 52.33%
David Hann (R) 47.55%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)54.91%
Trump (R)36.08%

State House District 48B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Jenifer W. Loon (R)
  • Carlie Kotyza-Witthuhn (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$143,445.40
Spent to help Republicans$154,148.19

13th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jenifer W. Loon (R) 62.25%
Ben Sherlock (DFL) 37.57%
State Senator District 48, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
David Hann (R) 50.2%
Steve Cwodzinski (DFL) 49.7%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)52.31%
Trump (R)38.96%

State House District 49B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Matt Sikich (R)
  • Steve Elkins (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$36,638.95
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

59th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Paul Rosenthal (DFL) 55.38%
Max Rymer (R) 44.39%
State Senator District 49, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Melisa Franzen (DFL) 53.96%
Mike Lehmann (R) 45.86%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)55.83%
Trump (R)35.92%

State House District 50A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Michael Howard (DFL)
  • Kirsten Johnson (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$18,099.09
Spent to help Republicans$4,913.04

97th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Linda Slocum (DFL) 63.09%
Tim Johnson (R) 36.53%
State Senator District 50, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Melissa Halvorson-Wiklund (DFL) 62.74%
Kirsten Johnson (R) 36.92%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)61.35%
Trump (R)29.69%

State House District 50B

Incumbent:
  • Andrew Carlson (DFL) (First elected: 2016)
Challengers:
  • Chad Anderson (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$19,288.11
Spent to help Republicans$15,131.92

64th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Andrew Carlson (DFL) 53.54%
Chad Anderson (R) 46.20%
State Senator District 50, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Melissa Halvorson-Wiklund (DFL) 56.75%
Kirsten Johnson (R) 42.93%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)54.96%
Trump (R)35.93%

State House District 51A

Incumbent:
  • Sandra Masin (DFL) (First elected: 2006)
Challengers:
  • Jim Kiner (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$20,822.14
Spent to help Republicans$11,652.53

71st highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Sandra Masin (DFL) 57.64%
Brad Gerten (R) 41.99%
State Senator District 51, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Jim Carlson (DFL) 54.33%
Victor Lake (R) 45.55%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)53.83%
Trump (R)36.84%

State House District 51B

Incumbent:
  • Laurie Halverson (DFL) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • Douglas D. Willetts (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$21,194.47
Spent to help Republicans$12,575.96

67th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Laurie Halverson (DFL) 56.50%
Pat Hammond (R) 43.35%
State Senator District 51, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Jim Carlson (DFL) 53.79%
Victor Lake (R) 46.1%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)53.46%
Trump (R)36.58%

State House District 52A

Incumbent:
  • Rick Hansen (DFL) (First elected: 2004)
Challengers:
  • Beth L. Arntson (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$27,146.19
Spent to help Republicans$7,313.01

63rd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Rick Hansen (DFL) 63.33%
Larry Sachi (R) 36.55%
State Senator District 52, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Matt Klein (DFL) 61.62%
Mark Misukanis (R) 38.24%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)55.98%
Trump (R)34.51%

State House District 53A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Tou Xiong (DFL)
  • Andy Turonie (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$49,664.56
Spent to help Republicans$4,244.94

40th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Joann Ward (DFL) 59.03%
Andy Turonie (R) 40.80%
State Senator District 53, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Susan Kent (DFL) 54.51%
Sharna Wahlgren (R) 45.33%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)54.03%
Trump (R)37.24%

State House District 53B

Incumbent:
  • Kelly Fenton (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Steve Sandell (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$106,245.16
Spent to help Republicans$219,845.18

11th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Kelly Fenton (R) 56.35%
Alberder Gillespie (DFL) 43.56%
State Senator District 53, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Sharna Wahlgren (R) 53.12%
Susan Kent (DFL) 46.83%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)50.22%
Trump (R)41.53%

State House District 54B

Incumbent:
  • Tony Jurgens (R) (First elected: 2016)
Challengers:
  • Tina Folch (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$62,858.46
Spent to help Republicans$155,483.26

21st highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Tony Jurgens (R) 55.27%
Don Slaten (DFL) 44.53%
State Senator District 54, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Leilani Holmstadt (R) 49.97%
Dan Schoen (DFL) 49.86%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)48.2%
Clinton (D)42.38%

State House District 55B

Incumbent:
  • Tony Albright (R) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • Matt Christensen (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$1,641.94
Spent to help Republicans$1,595.12

132nd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Tony Albright (R) 69.05%
Cecilia Haakenson (DFL) 30.79%
State Senator District 55, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Eric Pratt (R) 72.81%
Ali C. Ali (DFL) 27.05%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)57.47%
Clinton (D)34.13%

State House District 56A

Incumbent:
  • Drew Christensen (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Hunter Cantrell (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$104,945.55
Spent to help Republicans$171,518.29

14th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Drew Christensen (R) 55.96%
Jared Christiansen (DFL) 43.89%
State Senator District 56, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Dan Hall (R) 56.36%
Phillip Sterner (DFL) 43.47%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)46.7%
Trump (R)43.74%

State House District 57B

Incumbent:
  • Anna Wills (R) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • John Huot (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$99,292.03
Spent to help Republicans$164,170.32

16th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Anna Wills (R) 53.66%
John Huot (DFL) 46.18%
State Senator District 57, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Greg Clausen (DFL) 52.45%
Cory Campbell (R) 47.44%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)47.67%
Trump (R)43.23%

State House District 58A

Incumbent:
  • Jon Koznick (R) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Maggie Williams (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$9,637.29
Spent to help Republicans$11,227.41

106th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jon Koznick (R) 60.65%
Leann Weikle (DFL) 39.22%
State Senator District 58, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Matt Little (DFL) 54.61%
Tim Pitcher (R) 45.29%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)51.45%
Clinton (D)39.94%

State House District 58B

Incumbent:
  • Patrick Garofalo (R) (First elected: 2004)
Challengers:
  • Marla Vagts (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$10,103.80
Spent to help Republicans$11,801.35

103rd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Patrick Garofalo (R) 64.78%
Marla Vagts (DFL) 35.08%
State Senator District 58, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Tim Pitcher (R) 54.01%
Matt Little (DFL) 45.9%
President, 2016:
Trump (R)56.53%
Clinton (D)34.54%

State House District 59A

Incumbent:
  • Fue Lee (DFL) (First elected: 2016)
Challengers:
  • Fred Statema (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$28,117.91
Spent to help Republicans$25.14

80th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Fue Lee (DFL) 80.62%
Jessica Newville (R) 18.60%
State Senator District 59, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Bobby Joe Champion (DFL) 79.81%
Jennifer Carnahan (R) 19.7%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)78.06%
Trump (R)13.6%

State House District 59B

Incumbent:
  • Raymond Dehn (DFL) (First elected: 2012)
Challengers:
  • Lacy Johnson (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$10,939.84
Spent to help Republicans$12,640.76

94th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Raymond Dehn (DFL) 76.56%
Margaret E. Martín (R) 22.85%
State Senator District 59, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Bobby Joe Champion (DFL) 75.82%
Jennifer Carnahan (R) 23.8%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)78.69%
Trump (R)12.91%

State House District 60A

Incumbent:
  • Diane Loeffler (DFL) (First elected: 2004)
Challengers:
  • Kelly Winsor (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$8,874.45
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

121st highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Diane Loeffler (DFL) 73.55%
Gabe Barnett (IPL) 25.59%
State Senator District 60, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Martin Super (DFL) 76.51%
Kari Dziedzic (R) 0.0%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)75.62%
Trump (R)14.33%

State House District 60B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Joseph Patiño (R)
  • Mohamud Noor (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$22,756.57
Spent to help Republicans$206.07

98th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Ilhan Omar (DFL) 79.77%
Abdimalik Askar (R) 19.21%
State Senator District 60, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Martin Super (DFL) 78.73%
Kari Dziedzic (R) 0.0%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)78.8%
Trump (R)11.77%

State House District 61A

Incumbent:
  • Frank Hornstein (DFL) (First elected: 2002)
Challengers:
  • Jeremy Hansen (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$7,443.68
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

124th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Frank Hornstein (DFL) 79.16%
Brian Rosenblatt (R) 20.53%
State Senator District 61, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Scott Dibble (DFL) 80.37%
Bob "Again" Carney Jr. (R) 19.39%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)80.65%
Trump (R)11.94%

State House District 61B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Jamie Long (DFL)
  • Scot D. Missling (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$26,766.27
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

85th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Paul Thissen (DFL) 80.40%
Tom Gallagher (R) 19.36%
State Senator District 61, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Scott Dibble (DFL) 81.83%
Bob "Again" Carney Jr. (R) 17.93%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)80.53%
Trump (R)12.33%

State House District 62A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Hodan Hassan (DFL)
  • Bruce Lundeen (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$56,632.23
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

39th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Karen Clark (DFL) 88.26%
Claire Leiter (R) 11.16%
State Senator District 62, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Jeff Hayden (DFL) 87.23%
Bruce Lundeen (R) 12.11%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)83.24%
Trump (R)7.49%

State House District 62B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Aisha Gomez (DFL)
  • Ronald W. Peterson (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$21,076.68
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

105th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Susan Allen (DFL) 98.45%
State Senator District 62, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Jeff Hayden (DFL) 88.29%
Bruce Lundeen (R) 11.19%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)84.95%
Trump (R)6.83%

State House District 63A

Incumbent:
  • Jim Davnie (DFL) (First elected: 2000)
Challengers:
  • Kyle Bragg (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$7,959.89
Spent to help Republicans$768.22

122nd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jim Davnie (DFL) 85.30%
Kyle Bragg (R) 14.35%
State Senator District 63, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Patricia Torres Ray (DFL) 85.4%
Ron Moey (R) 14.3%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)81.27%
Trump (R)10.53%

State House District 63B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Jean Wagenius (DFL)
  • Frank Pafko (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$8,976.90
Spent to help Republicans$3,279.39

116th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Jean Wagenius (DFL) 76.19%
Frank Pafko (R) 23.43%
State Senator District 63, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Patricia Torres Ray (DFL) 75.85%
Ron Moey (R) 23.88%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)73.09%
Trump (R)18.41%

State House District 64A

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Patrick JD Griffin (R)
  • Kaohly Her (DFL)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$5,106.03
Spent to help Republicans$816.16

126th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Erin Murphy (DFL) 79.70%
Riley Horan (R) 20.03%
State Senator District 64, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Dick Cohen (DFL) 79.56%
Ian Baird (R) 20.2%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)77.96%
Trump (R)13.43%

State House District 64B

Incumbent:
  • Dave Pinto (DFL) (First elected: 2014)
Challengers:
  • Alex Pouliot (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$20,713.29
Spent to help Republicans$1,198.01

102nd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Dave Pinto (DFL) 74.77%
Emory K. Dively (R) 25.02%
State Senator District 64, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Dick Cohen (DFL) 73.98%
Ian Baird (R) 25.81%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)73.42%
Trump (R)18.15%

State House District 65A

Incumbent:
  • Rena Moran (DFL) (First elected: 2010)
Challengers:
  • Monique Giordana (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$8,092.81
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

123rd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Rena Moran (DFL) 82.79%
Monique Giordana (R) 16.76%
State Senator District 65, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Sandy Pappas (DFL) 83.8%
Jason Delmont (R) 15.77%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)79.92%
Trump (R)12.0%

State House District 65B

Incumbent:
  • Carlos Mariani (DFL) (First elected: 1990)
Challengers:
  • Margaret Mary Stokely (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$72.25
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

134th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Carlos Mariani (DFL) 77.03%
Margaret Mary Stokely (R) 22.56%
State Senator District 65, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Sandy Pappas (DFL) 78.09%
Jason Delmont (R) 21.43%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)73.52%
Trump (R)17.41%

State House District 66A

Incumbent:
  • Alice Hausman (DFL) (First elected: 1989)
Challengers:
  • Jon Heyer (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$0.00
Spent to help Republicans$5,148.43

129th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Alice Hausman (DFL) 68.41%
Jon Heyer (R) 31.45%
State Senator District 66, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
John Marty (DFL) 70.7%
Carolyn Jass (R) 29.16%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)67.17%
Trump (R)23.6%

State House District 66B

Incumbent:
  • John Lesch (DFL) (First elected: 2002)
Challengers:
  • David E. Richard (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$4,788.37
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

131st highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
John Lesch (DFL) 79.73%
William P. Brownell (R) 19.80%
State Senator District 66, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
John Marty (DFL) 79.87%
Carolyn Jass (R) 19.69%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)75.92%
Trump (R)15.76%

State House District 67A

Incumbent:
  • Tim Mahoney (DFL) (First elected: 1998)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$2,718.54
Spent to help Republicans$0.00

133rd highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Tim Mahoney (DFL) 76.34%
Andrew Livingston (R) 23.20%
State Senator District 67, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Foung Hawj (DFL) 75.93%
Krysia Weidell (R) 23.74%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)70.18%
Trump (R)21.38%

State House District 67B

Incumbent:
  • None - open seat
Candidates:
  • Jay Xiong (DFL)
  • Fred Turk (R)
Map & Total spending
Spending
Spent to help Democrats$41,983.01
Spent to help Republicans$5,644.75

45th highest spending of all House districts. Spending includes funds spent by candidate committees and by outside groups as of October 22, 2018.

Past election results
This district, 2016:
Sheldon Johnson (DFL) 69.35%
Lisa Thompson (R) 24.59%
Joseph Weverka (LIB) 5.67%
State Senator District 67, 2016:
Results from this House district only.
Foung Hawj (DFL) 74.35%
Krysia Weidell (R) 25.31%
President, 2016:
Clinton (D)69.95%
Trump (R)21.8%

Comments (4)

  1. Submitted by Nathan Johnson on 10/18/2018 - 12:14 pm.

    Does House District 11B enter into the equation? This area of the state goes back and forth between R and DFL but, moreso DFL. The incumbent, Rep. Jason Rarick (R-Pine City) is being challenged by Tim Burkhardt (DFL-Hinckley).

  2. Submitted by Robert Moffitt on 10/18/2018 - 02:03 pm.

    I suspect that not only will Koegel win reelection in 37A, DFL challenger Amir Makik will defeat Nolan West in 37B.

  3. Submitted by Dave Carlson on 10/21/2018 - 11:30 am.

    Jim Read (DFL-Avon) has been visiting, talking with and listening to many residents in central Stearns County for over a year and I think has a good shot at the open 13A seat (https://jimreadforrep.com).

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