Ellison, Schultz to square off in general election
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison has advanced to the November election after defeating DFL challenger Bill Dahn in the August primary.
With all precincts reporting, Ellison was shown to have 89.35% of the vote, while Dahn received 10.65% of the vote.
Meanwhile, Republican candidate Jim Schultz led the three-way race on the other side of the ballot.
Schultz received 52.51% of the vote, with Doug Wardlow coming in second at 34.77%.
Sharon Anderson came in third with 12.72%.
Editor’s Note: This article previously included an image of Keith Ellison and Doug Wardlow. The image has since been corrected to show Ellison and Jim Schultz.