Governor of Moscow Oblast
|Governor of Moscow Oblast|
Coat of Arms of Moscow oblast
|Residence||The Government House, Krasnogorsk|
|Term length||5 years, renewable once|
|Inaugural holder||Anatoly Tyazhlov|
|Website||Governor of Moscow Oblast|
Until 1995 the head of the Moscow Oblast was titled the Head of Moscow Oblast Administration. In 1995, the Regional Duma (Московская областная Дума) adopted the new law about the Governor of Moscow Oblast, and since 1995, the head of the Oblast is titled Governor.
The Governor is elected for a term that is renewable once consecutively.
Governors of Moscow Oblast
|1||Anatoliy Tyazhlov||16 October 1991||19 November 1999||Independent|
|19 November 1999||2 February 2000||Independent|
|2||Boris Gromov||2 February 2000||11 May 2012||United Russia|
|3||Sergey Shoygu||11 May 2012||6 November 2012||United Russia|
|6 November 2012||8 November 2012||United Russia|
|4||Andrei Vorobyov||8 November 2012||Incumbent||United Russia|
The latest election for the office was held on 8 September 2013.
|Andrey Vorobyov||United Russia||1,655,479||78.94|
|Nadezhda Korneeva||Patriots of Russia||47,640||2.27|
|Alexander Romanovich||A Just Russia||38,315||1.83|
|Konstantin Cheremisov||Communist Party of the Russian Federation||161,969||7.72|
|Maxim Shingarkin||Liberal Democratic Party of Russia||52,938||2.52|
- Moscow Regional Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union - the party head was de facto governor
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