Vital Soares

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Vital Soares
Vice President-elect of Brazil
In office
elected March 1, 1930
President Júlio Prestes (elect)
Preceded by Fernando de Melo Viana
Succeeded by Nereu de Oliveira Ramos (1946)
19th Governor of Bahia
In office
1928–1930
Preceded by Góis Calmon
Succeeded by Frederico Augusto Rodrigues da Costa
Personal details
Born November 13, 1874
Valença, Bahia
Died April 19, 1933(1933-04-19) (aged 58)
Salvador, Bahia

Vital Henrique Batista Soares (November 13, 1874 - April 19, 1933) was a Brazilian lawyer and politician.

Soares was born in Valença, Bahia. He served as a Governor of Bahia from 1928 to 1930.

He was elected Vice President of Brazil on March 1, 1930 but was prevented from taking office by a coup that brought Getúlio Vargas to power, just three weeks before scheduled inauguration along with President-elect Júlio Prestes.

Soares died in Salvador, Bahia, aged 58.

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