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Cathedral of Immaculate Conception in Matehuala
Cathedral of Immaculate Conception in Matehuala

Matehuala is the second most important city in the Mexican state of San Luis Potosí. It is located at around 23°39′10″N 100°38′40″W / 23.65278°N 100.64444°W / 23.65278; -100.64444, at an elevation of about 1,500 m. Matehuala is also the municipal seat of the municipality of the same name, located in the northern part of the state, on the border with the southwestern corner of Nuevo León. The city of Matehuala population is of 176,876. The municipality has an area of 1,286.66 km2 (496.78 sq mi).

Government

Municipal presidents

Term Municipal president Political party Notes
1896 Mariano Vázquez López
1939-1940 Octaviano Briones Cortez PRM Logo Partido de la Revolucion Mexicana.svg
1940 Antonio Verástegui Cruz PRM Logo Partido de la Revolucion Mexicana.svg
1940-1943 Nicolás López Loera PRM Logo Partido de la Revolucion Mexicana.svg
1943-1945 Miguel Ángel Santos PRM Logo Partido de la Revolucion Mexicana.svg
1945 Nicolás López Loera PRM Logo Partido de la Revolucion Mexicana.svg
1945-1946 Horacio Medellín Cruz PRM Logo Partido de la Revolucion Mexicana.svg
1946-1949 Roberto Alderete Aguilar PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1949-1952 Nicolás Sánchez Pérez PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1953-1955 Enrique de la Cruz Zepeda PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1956-1958[1] Santiago J. Vivanco Castillo PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1959-1961 Jesús Pérez Barba PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1962-1964 Antonio Nava Sánchez PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1965-1967 Adalberto Tamayo López PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1968-1970 Alfonso Dibildox Martínez PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1971-1973 Eduardo Rocha Pérez PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1974-1976 Tomás Zárate Sánchez PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1977-1979 José Mahbub Matta PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1980-1982 Antonio Ávila Lomas PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1983-1985 José Nava Sánchez PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1986-1988 Pascual Gallegos Montalvo PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1989-1991 Virgilio Castillo Andrade PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1992-1994 Paulino Martínez Carmona PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
1995-1997 Justo Fernando Torres Rangel PAN
PAN Party (Mexico).svg
1997-2000 Raymundo García Olivares PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
2000-2003 Gregorio Antonino Maldonado Vázquez PAN
PAN Party (Mexico).svg
2004-2006 José Everardo Nava Gómez PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg
PVEM
PVE logo (Mexico).svg
2007-2009 Víctor Manuel Mendoza Ramírez PAN
PAN Party (Mexico).svg
2009-2012 Francisco Javier Hernández Loera PAN
PAN Party (Mexico).svg

Panal
PNA logo (Mexico).svg
2012 Édgar Morales Pérez PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg

PVEM
PVE logo (Mexico).svg
Municipal president-elect. Never in office. Was assassinated on 12 August 2012
2012-2015[2] Héctor Fermín Ávila Lucero PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg

PVEM
PVE logo (Mexico).svg
Substitute. He was appointed municipal president by the City Council of Matehuala
2015-2018 José Everardo Nava Gómez PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg

PVEM
PVE logo (Mexico).svg

Panal
PNA logo (Mexico).svg
2018-2021[3] Roberto Alejandro Segovia Hernández PVEM
PVE logo (Mexico).svg

Panal
PNA logo (Mexico).svg
2021-2024[4][5] Iván Noé Estrada Guzmán PAN
PAN Party (Mexico).svg

PRI
PRI Party (Mexico).svg

PRD
PRD logo without border (Mexico).svg

PCP
Partido Conciencia Popular.jpg

Notable people

Notable buildings

See also

References

  1. ^ "Enciclopedia de los Municipios y Delegaciones de México. Estado de San Luis Potosí. Matehuala" (in Spanish). Retrieved 3 August 2021.
  2. ^ "Nombra Cabildo a nuevo alcalde en Matehuala, SLP" (in Spanish). 1 October 2012. Retrieved 3 August 2021.
  3. ^ "Consejo Estatal Electoral y de Participación Ciudadana de San Luis Potosí, CEEPACSLP. Acta de cómputo municipal de la elección para el Ayuntamiento de Matehuala, 2018" (PDF) (in Spanish). Retrieved 3 August 2021.
  4. ^ "Consejo Estatal Electoral y de Participación Ciudadana de San Luis Potosí, CEEPACSLP. Acta de cómputo municipal de la elección para el Ayuntamiento de Matehuala, 2021" (PDF) (in Spanish). Retrieved 3 August 2021.
  5. ^ "Resultados Elecciones 2021: Alianza PT-PVEM gana mayoría de municipios en SLP. Matehuala → Iván Noé Estrada Guzmán". Alcaldes de México (in Spanish). 16 June 2021. Retrieved 3 August 2021.

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