José María Garza Galán

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José María Garza Galán was a Mexican politician. He was governor of the northern state of Coahuila during the presidency of Porfirio Díaz. Garza Galán, native of Múzquiz,[1] wanted to be again governor in 1893, but there were protests. Eventually, Porfirio Díaz asked Garza Galán to withdraw his candidacy.

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  1. ^ Dr. Raúl Cuéllar Moreno: Coahuila y sus Hombres / Los políticos al final del Porfiriato (Spanish), 2005.