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Charles Munn

In office
January 1933 – January 1935
Preceded by Oscar A. Swenson
Succeeded by George W. Johnson

Minnesota State Representative
In office
January 1927 – January 1935

Born March 17, 1887(1887-03-17)
Osseo, Minnesota
Died January 31, 1973 (aged 85)
Political party Nonpartisan Conservative Caucus
Nonpartisan Liberal Caucus
Farmer-Labor
Residence Osseo, Minnesota
Profession Farmer

Charles Munn (born March 17, 1887] in Osseo, Minnesota, died January 31, 1973) was a Minnesota Farmer-Laboritepolitician and a Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives. He was elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives, in 1926, and originally caucused with the Conservative Caucusin the then-nonpartisan body. He later joined the Liberal Caucus, and in 1933, he became the first Farmer-Laborite to be elected speaker, a position he held for two years. In 1934, he was elected to the Railroad and Warehouse Commission. [1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Oscar A. Swenson
Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives
1933 – 1935
Succeeded by
George W. Johnson







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