Speaker of the House
Leadership Notes: "The Liberals have controlled the House only in 1933, 1937, 1955, 1957, 1959 and 1961." (Mitau, G. Theodore. Politics in Minnesota, 1970, p. 83.)
"The House speakership had been offered to Charles Munn, a Republican progressive from Osseo who had attended the March 1932 state Republican convention but who later supported and campaigned for [Gov. Floyd B.] Olson." (Gieske, Millard L. Minnesota Farmer-Laborism, 1979, p. 173)
He was elected to the Minnesota Railroad and Warehouse Commission as a member of the Farmer-Labor Party in 1934.