Karl Rolvaag campaigning, profile

Karl Rolvaag campaigning, profile

Karl Rolvaag campaigning, c.1962

Karl Rolvaag

Karl Rolvaag

Karl Rolvaag photographs, circa 1964.

Elmer L. Andersen

Elmer L. Andersen

Elmer L. Anderson photographs, circa 1960

The 1962 Gubernatorial Election Recount

An unusually close election in 1962 led to a recount in the race between Minnesota Governor Elmer L. Andersen and his challenger, Lieutenant Governor Karl F. Rolvaag. The outcome remained in doubt for more than four months as thousands of ballots were recounted all across the state.

Black and white photograph of Henry Sibley wearing the uniform of a brigadier general, 1862.

Henry H. Sibley, brigadier general

Henry H. Sibley as a brigadier general in the United States Volunteer Army, 1862.

Alexander Ramsey

Alexander Ramsey

Alexander Ramsey, Territorial Governor circa 1848.

Treaty of Mendota

The Treaty of Mendota was signed between the Mdewakanton and Wahpekute bands of the Dakota and the United States Government in 1851. By signing this treaty and the Treaty of Traverse des Sioux the same year, the Dakota transferred ownership of their lands to the United States. The Treaties of 1851 opened millions of acres to white settlement. For the Dakota, the treaties represented a step towards the loss of their homeland, and the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862.

Sean Kershaw

Sean Kershaw

Sean Kershaw is the current Citizens League executive director and has held the office since 2003

Ted Kolderie

Ted Kolderie

Ted Kolderie, Citizens League executive director from 1967 to 1980

Art Rolnick, Steve Seel, and Rep. Carlos Mariani at a Policy and a Pint session.

Art Rolnick, Steve Seel, and Rep. Carlos Mariani at a Policy and a Pint session.

Art Rolnick, co-director of the Human Capital Research Collaborative at the University of Minnesota and a senior fellow at the Humphrey Institute, left, joins host Steve Seel of The Current and Rep. Carlos Mariani, DFL-St. Paul, at a Policy and a Pint session Monday, July 23, 2012 at the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis to talk about student debt.

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