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Hollinger box 02


Contains 4 Results:

Scrapbook 6, 1934-04-28 - 1934-11-02

 File — Hollinger box: 02, Folder: 01
Abstract The clippings are on Regan’s second attempt to become Governor of Minnesota when his strongest opponents for the nomination were Fred Schilipin of St. Cloud and Albert Pfaender of New Ulm. In the primary, Regan secured the nomination of his party with the race for Governor again contested between three political parties. His opponents were Floyd B. Olson, the incumbent Farmer-Laborite, and Martin A. Nelson, the Republican candidate. An attempt to unite the Republicans and the Democrats...
Dates: 1934-04-28 - 1934-11-02

Scrapbook 7, 1935-02-01 - 1937-01-23

 File — Hollinger box: 02, Folder: 02
Abstract Covered in the scrapbook is the Democratic National Convention of 1936, with the Minnesota Democrats again attempting to seat two factions. The final decision favored the Ryan-Moonan faction, supported by Regan, and barred the faction of Joseph Wolf, Democratic national committeeman. The withdrawl of the Democratic candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor in order to unite behind the Farmer-Laborite, Elmer A. Benson, led Regan to give his support to Martin a Nelson, the Republican...
Dates: 1935-02-01 - 1937-01-23

Scrapbook 8, 1939-10-20 - 1940-12-11

 File — Hollinger box: 02, Folder: 03

Clippings document Regan’s campaign for the United States Senate. Accorded the Democratic nomination, he was defeated by Henrik Shipstead, the Farmer-Laborite, in the general election.

Dates: 1939-10-20 - 1940-12-11

Regan, John E., 1883-1946. Scrapbooks, 1932-1940

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SMHC Collection 0105

The John E. Regan scrapbook collection consists primarily of newspaper clippings pertaining to his attempts at winning various public positions in Minnesota. In addition, the collection contains photos, affidavits, and campaign literature. Regan ran successfully for the state legislature and unsuccessfully in a gubernatorial election and an election for the United States Senate.

Dates: 1932-1940