Although Minnesota is a blue state and the 10 electors were pledged to John Kerry, one elector may be a little red faced. Faithless electors are not unheard of, one DC elector abstained from voting in 2000, but this may be a case of a "Faceless Elector," as no one admitted to voting for John Edwards on the presidential elector slate. So Minnesota cast 9 electoral votes for John Kerry for president and 1 for John Edwards. Edwards received all 10 electoral votes for vice-president.
It may have been nothing more than a simple mistake. The elector in question may have thought that the first round of voting was for vice president or with both candidates having the first name John, it would be easy enough to transpose names.
An interesting side note. Ronald Reagan received one electoral vote from Washington state in the 1976 Electoral College. Four years later he was elected president.