Al Franken - Electoral History

Electoral History

2008 Minnesota U.S. Senate Election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
DFL Al Franken 1,212,629 41.994% −5.35%
Republican Norm Coleman 1,212,317 41.983% −7.55%
Independence Dean Barkley 437,505 15.151% +13.15%
Libertarian Charles Aldrich 13,923 0.482% N/A
Constitution James Niemackl 8,907 0.308% +0.209%
Write-ins 2,365 0.082%
Margin of victory 312 0.011%
Turnout 2,887,646

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