Term of Office: 1/2/1917 to 1/6/1919
Occupation: Former Register of Deeds, Chippewa County
Agriculture and Horticulture
Dairy Products and Live Stock
Logs and Lumber (Chair)
He won the election and was sworn in on the first day of session. His election was contested by James R. Burnip for violations related to the Corrupt Practices Act. The charges were that Teigen distributed false and defamatory statements against Burnip. After an investigation by the Elections Contest Committee, Austin F. Teigen was confirmed as the winner of the election.