|1st Mayor of Taoyuan City|
|Assumed office |
25 December 2014
|Preceded by||Position established; John Wu as Magistrate of Taoyuan County|
|Minister of the Government Information Office|
25 January 2006 – 20 April 2007
|Preceded by||Pasuya Yao|
|Succeeded by||Yi Rong-zong (acting)|
|Born||6 July 1967|
Bade, Taoyuan County (now Bade District, Taoyuan City)
|Nationality||Republic of China|
|Political party||Democratic Progressive Party|
|Alma mater||National Taiwan University|
Cheng Wen-tsan (Chinese: 鄭文燦; pinyin: Zhèng Wéncàn; born 6 July 1967) is a Taiwanese politician. He is the first and incumbent Mayor of the newly established Taoyuan City, having served since 25 December 2014.
2009 Taoyuan County Magistrate election
|2009 Taoyuan County Magistrate Election Result|
|1||Hakka Party||Wu Futong (吳富彤)||15,087||2.08%|
Mayor of Taoyuan City
|2014 Taoyuan City Mayoralty Election Result|
|3||Hsu Jiu-chih (許睿智)||Independent||9,943||1.03%|
In April 2017, Cheng's rib was fractured after he was attacked by protesters outside Legislative Yuan who were opposing the government plan to pass a bill on pension system reform. However, he did not press charges against the perpetrator because his belief in democratic politics.
2018 Taoyuan City mayor election
|2018 Taoyuan City mayoral results|
|1||Zhu Mei-xue (朱梅雪)||Independent||18,200||1.76%|
|3||Yang Li-huan (楊麗環)||Independent||51,518||4.99%|
|4||Wu Fu-tong (吳富彤)||Independent||3,867||0.37%|
|5||Cheng Wen-tsan||Democratic Progressive Party||552,330||53.46%|
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- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2018-11-24. Retrieved 2018-11-25.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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