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|Elections in Minnesota|
The 1926 Minnesota lieutenant gubernatorial election took place on November 2, 1926. Incumbent Lieutenant Governor William I. Nolan of the Republican Party of Minnesota defeated Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party challenger Emil E. Holmes and Minnesota Democratic Party candidate Charles D. Johnson.
|Republican||William I. Nolan (incumbent)||373,940||56.36%||+5.49%|
|Farmer–Labor||Emil E. Holmes||236,307||35.62%||-7.27%|
|Democratic||Charles D. Johnson||53,189||8.02%||+1.77%|
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