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|Elections in Minnesota|
The 1970 United States Senate election in Minnesota took place on November 3, 1970. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Eugene McCarthy opted not to seek reelection. Former Democratic U.S. Senator, Vice President and 1968 presidential nominee Hubert Humphrey defeated Republican U.S. Representative Clark MacGregor.
|DFL||Hubert H. Humphrey||338,705||79.25%|
|DFL||Earl D. Craig||88,709||20.76%|
|Republican||John D. Baucom||15,797||6.69%|
|DFL||Hubert H. Humphrey||788,256||57.75%|
|Socialist Workers||Nancy Strebe||6,122||0.45%|
|Industrial Government||William Braatz||2,484||0.18%|
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