Senate 1907-14 (District 31); Senate 1915-16 (District 43); Senate 1917-18 (District 43); Senate 1919-35 (District 43)
Party when first elected: Republican
Stillwater Public Schools; Elementary School; University of Wisconsin, Law School; Law Degree; June 20, 1888
Kittie E. Brand (married on September 4, 1889)
Three children: Katherine E., Daniel C., and Goodrich M.
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
He became lieutenant governor after the death of Governor Hammond on December 30, 1915 and Lt. Governor J.A.A. Burnquist's elevation to Governor. We note Sen. George H. Sullivan as Lt. Governor starting on October 28, 1916. However, the newspapers call Sen. Sullivan "Lieutenant Governor" as early as January 1916 (in describing the funeral procession of Gov. Hammond, etc.). An article from October 29, 1916 states that during the October 28 one-day special session, Sullivan was sworn in as lieutenant governor, marking his "official ascendancy" to the post.He was a member of the Republican Party.He died in Mahtomedi, Minnesota.
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