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Governor of Nuevo León

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Governor of Nuevo León
Coat of arms of Nuevo Leon.svg
Incumbent
Jaime Rodríguez Calderón

since 2 July 2018
Term lengthSix years, non-renewable
Inaugural holderJosé María Parás y Ballesteros
Formation1824
WebsiteOfficial website

The Mexican state of Nuevo León has been governed by more than a hundred individuals in its history, who have had various titles and degrees of responsibility depending on the prevailing political regime of the time.

Under the current regime, executive power rests in a governor, who is directly elected by the citizens, using a secret ballot, to a six-year term with no possibility of reelection. The position is open only to a Mexican citizen by birth, at least 30 years old with at least five years of residency in Nuevo León.

The governor's term begins on October 4th and finishes six years later on October 3rd. Elections occur 3 years before/after presidential elections.

Nuevo Reino de León

  • Martín de Zavala, 1625–1664
  • León de Alza, 1665–1667
  • Nicolás de Azcárraga, 1667–1676
  • Domingo de Prudena, 1676–1681
  • Blas de la Garza y Falcón, 1681
  • Domingo de Videgaray y Zarza, 1681
  • Francisco de la Calancha y Valenzuela, 1681
  • Blas de la Garza Falcón, 1681
  • Juan de Echeverría, 1681–1682
  • Diego de Villarreal, 1682–1683
  • Alonso de León, 1683–1684
  • Antonio de Echevérez y Subiza, 1684–1687
  • Francisco Cuervo y Valdés, 1687–1688
  • Pedro Fernández de la Ventosa, 1688–1693
  • Juan Pérez de Merino, 1693–1698
  • Juan Francisco de Vergara y Mendoza 1698–1703
  • Francisco Báez Treviño, 1703–1705
  • Gregorio de Salinas Varona, 1705–1707
  • Cipriano García de Pruneda, 1707–1708
  • Luis García de Pruneda 1708–1710
  • Francisco Mier y Torre, 1710–1714
  • Francisco Báez Treviño 1714–1718
  • Juan Ignacio Flores Mogollón 1718
  • Francisco de Barbadillo y Vitoria, 1719–1723
  • Juan José de Arriaga y Brambila, 1723–1725
  • Pedro de Sarabia Cortés, 1725–1729
  • Bernardino de Meneses Monroy y Mendoza, 1730–1731
  • Juan Antonio Fernández de Jáuregui y Urrutia, 1731–1740
  • Pedro del Barrio Junco y Espriella, 1740–1746
  • Vicente Bueno de Borbolla, 1746–1751
  • Pedro del Barrio Junco y Espriella, 1752–1757
  • Juan Manuel Muñoz de Villavicencio, 1757–1762
  • Carlos de Velasco, 1762–1764
  • Ignacio Ussel y Guimbarda, 1764–1772
  • Francisco de Echegaray, 1772–1773
  • Melchor Vidal de Lorca y Villena, 1773
  • Vicente González de Santianes, 1773–1788
  • Manuel Bahamonde y Villamil, 1788–1795
  • Simón de Herrera y Leyva, 1795–1810
  • Manuel de Santa María, 1810–1811
  • José Santiago Villarreal, 1811
  • Blas José Gómez de Castro, 1811–1813
  • Ramón Díaz Bustamante, 1813
  • José Antonio Mujica, 1814
  • Froilán de Mier y Noguera, 1815
  • Francisco Bruno Barreda, 1816 and 1818–1821
  • Bernardo Villamil, 1817–1818

Independent Mexico

  • Juan de Echandía 1822[a]
  • Francisco de Mier y Noriega, 1823
  • José Antonio Rodríguez, 1824
  • José María Parás, 1825–1827
  • Manuel Gómez Castro, 1827–1829
  • Joaquín García, 1829–1833
  • Manuel Gómez Castro, 1833
  • Manuel María de Llano, 1833–1834
  • Juan Nepomuceno de la Garza y Evía, 1835–1837[b]
  • Joaquín García, 1837–1839
  • Manuel María de Llano, 1839–1845[c]
  • José María Ortega, 1841
  • Juan Nepomuceno de la Garza y Evía, 1845–1846
  • Pedro de Ampudia, 1846[d]
  • José María Parás, 1848–1850
  • Pedro de Ampudia, 1853–1854
  • Pedro José García, 1850–1851
  • Agapito García Dávila, 1851–1853
  • Mariano Morret, 1854
  • Jerónimo Cardona, 1854–1855
  • Santiago Vidaurri, 1855–1859[e]
  • José Silvestre Aramberri, 1859
  • Santiago Vidaurri, 1860–1864[f]

French intervention

Restored Republic

Porfiriato

  • Genaro Garza García, 1877–1879
  • Viviano L. Villareal, 1879–1881
  • Genaro Garza García, 1881–1883
  • Canuto García, 1883–1885
  • Genaro Garza García, 1885
  • Bernardo Reyes; 1885–1887, 1889–1900, and 1903–1909
  • Lázaro Garza Ayala, 1887–1889
  • Pedro Benítez Leal, 1900–1902
  • José María Mier, 1909–1910

Mexican Revolution

  • Leobardo Chapa, 1910–1911
  • Viviano L. Villarreal, 1911–1913
  • Salomé Botello, 1913–1914
  • Antonio de la Paz Guerra, 1914
  • Antonio L. Villarreal, 1914–1915
  • Rafael Cepeda de la Fuente, 1915
  • Felipe Ángeles, 1915
  • Raúl Madero, 1915
  • Ildefonso V. Vázquez, 1915
  • Pablo A. de la Garza, 1915 and 1916
  • Diódoro de la Garza, 1916
  • Alfredo Recaut, 1917

Constitution of 1917

  1. Nicéforo Zambrano, 1917–1919
  2. José E. Santos, 1919–1920
  3. Humberto Barros, 1920
  4. Felix G. Lozano, 1920
  5. Porfirio G. González, 1920 and 1923–1925
  6. Juan M. García, 1921
  7. Leocadio M. González, 1922
  8. Ramiro Támez, 1922 and 1923
  9. Pedro Guajardo, 1923
  10. Alfredo Pérez, 1923
  11. Anastacio Treviño Martínez, 1923
  12. José Juan Vallejo, 1923
  13. Jerónimo Siller, 1925–1927
  14. José Benítez, 1928
  15. Plutarco Elías Calles (son), National Revolutionary Party, PNR, 1929
  16. Generoso Chapa Garza, PNR, 1929
  17. Aarón Sáenz, PNR, 1927 and 1929–1931
  18. Francisco A. Cárdenas, PNR, 1931–1933
  19. Pablo Quiroga, PNR, 1933–1935
  20. Ángel Santos Cervantes, PNR, 1935
  21. Gregorio Morales Sánchez, PNR, 1935–1936
  22. Anacleto Guerrero Guajardo, PNR, 1936–1939
  23. Bonifacio Salinas Leal, Party of the Mexican Revolution, PRM, 1939–1943
  24. Arturo B. de la Garza, PRM, 1943–1949
  25. Ignacio Morones Prieto
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 1949–1952
  26. José S. Vivanco
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 1952–1955
  27. Raúl Rangel Frías
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 1955–1961
  28. Eduardo Livas Villarreal
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 1961–1967
  29. Eduardo Elizondo
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 1967–1971
  30. Luis M. Farías
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 1971–1973
  31. Pedro Zorrilla Martínez
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 1973–1979
  32. Alfonso Martínez Domínguez
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 1979–1985
  33. Jorge Treviño
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 1985–1991
  34. Sócrates Rizzo
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 1991–1995
  35. Benjamín Clariond
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 1995–1997
  36. Fernando Canales
    PAN Party (Mexico).svg
     PAN 1997–2003
  37. Fernando Elizondo
    PAN Party (Mexico).svg
     PAN 2003 (interim)
  38. José Natividad González Parás
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 2003–2009
  39. Rodrigo Medina de la Cruz
    PRI Party (Mexico).svg
     PRI 2009–2015[g]
  40. Jaime "El Bronco" Rodríguez Calderón, Independent (2015–2017)
  41. Manuel Florentino González Flores, Independent, interim governor (2018)[h]
  42. Jaime "El Bronco" Rodríguez Calderón, Independent (2018–present)
  43. Samuel Alejandro García Sepúlveda
    MC Party (Mexico).svg
    MC, governor-elected, assuming 2021.[3]

References

Footnotes

  1. ^ State of Nuevo León established
  2. ^ The state was demoted to a Department in 1835.
  3. ^ The unrecognized Republic of the Rio Grande, including part of Nuevo León, was briefly established in 1840.
  4. ^ The North American Intervention and occupation was 1846-1848.
  5. ^ Statehood was restored with the Plan de Monterrey. Coahuila was annexed and the Republic of the Sierra Madre was declared in 1856.
  6. ^ The separtists were defeated and Nuevo León was reincorporated as a Mexican state in 1864.
  7. ^ On January 27, 2017, Rodrigo Medina was declared a criminal and incarcerated in the Penal de Topo Chico in Monterrey for crimes committed during his time as governor.[1][2]
  8. ^ Manuel Florentino González Flores served as interim governor while Jaime Rodríguez Calderón ran for President from January 1 to July 2, 2018.

Citations

  1. ^ Garza, Luciano Campos (27 July 2016). "Rodrigo Medina, a un paso de la cárcel". Proceso Portal de Noticias (in Spanish). Retrieved September 5, 2020.
  2. ^ "Cómo es la cárcel dónde está preso Rodrigo Medina". Publimetro Test (in Spanish). Jan 26, 2017. Retrieved September 5, 2020.
  3. ^ Cubero, César (13 June 2021). "¿Quién es Samuel García, gobernador electo de Nuevo León?". Milenio. Monterrey. Retrieved 17 June 2021.

Sources

External links

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