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Frank A. Day

For other people named Frank Day, see Frank Day (disambiguation).
Frank A. Day
13th Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota
In office
January 31, 1895 – January 5, 1897
Governor David Marston Clough
Preceded by David Marston Clough
Succeeded by John L. Gibbs
Personal details
Born September 30, 1855
Attica, Wisconsin
Died December 27, 1928
Winona, Minnesota
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Lucia Howland, Helen Mills
Profession newspaper man, legislator

Frank Arah Day (September 30, 1855 – December 27, 1928) was a Minnesota legislator and the 13th Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota. Born in Attica, Wisconsin, he moved to Minnesota. He was founder and publisher of the Martin County (later Fairmont) Sentinel newspaper, and later became involved in local politics. He also served in both houses of the Minnesota State Legislature. He became Lieutenant Governor under Governor David Marston Clough from January 31, 1895 to January 5, 1897. Married Lucia Howland and Helen Mills. He died in 1928 in Winona, Minnesota. He is buried in Fairmont, Minnesota.


  • Minnesota Historical Society
  • Minnesota Legislators Past and Present
Political offices
Preceded by
David Marston Clough
Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota
1895 – 1897
Succeeded by
John L. Gibbs


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