Governor of Puebla

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Governor of Puebla
Coat of arms of Puebla.svg
Incumbent
José Antonio Gali Fayad

since February 1, 2017
Term length Six years, non-renewable.

The Governor of Puebla is the chief executive of the Mexican state of Puebla.

# Name Took office Left office Party
39 José Antonio Gali Fayad 2017 - PAN
38 Rafael Moreno Valle Rosas 2011 2017 PAN
37 Mario Marín Torres 2005 2011 PRI
36 Melquiades Morales Flores 1999 2005 PRI
35 Manuel Bartlett Díaz 1993 1999 PRI
34 Mariano Piña Olaya 1987 1993 PRI
33 Guillermo Jiménez Morales 1981 1987 PRI
32 Toxqui Fernández de Lara 1975 1981 PRI
31 Guillermo Morales Blumenkron 1973 1975 PRI
30 Gonzalo Bautista O'Farril 1973 1973 PRI
29 Mario Mellado García 1973 1973 PRI
28 Rafael Moreno Valle 1969 1973 PRI
29 Aarón Merino Fernández 1966 1969 PRI
28 Antonio Nava Castillo 1965 1966 PRI
27 Arturo Fernández Aguirre 1960 1965 PRI
26 Fausto M. Ortega 1957 1960 PRI
25 Rafael Ávila Camacho[1] 1951 1957 PRI
24 Carlos I. Betancourt 1945 1951 PRM
22 Gonzalo Bautista Castillo 1941 1945 PRM
21 Maximino Ávila Camacho[2] 1937 1941 PNR
20 Gustavo Ariza 1933 1937 PNR
19 José Mijares Palencia 1933 1933 PNR
18 Juan Crisóstomo Bonilla 1933 1937 PNR
17 Leónides Andrew Almazán 1929 1932 PNR
16 Donato Bravo Izquierdo 1927 1929
15 Manuel P. Montes 1926 1926
14 Claudio N. Tirado 1925 1927[3]
13 Wenseslao Macip 1925 1925
12 Arturo Osorio 1925 1925
11 Enrique Moreno 1924 1924
10 Alberto Guerrero 1924 1924
9 Francisco Espinoza Fleury 1923 1923
8 Vicente Lombardo Toledano 1923 1923
7 Froylán C. Manjares 1922 1922
6 José María Sánchez Rojas 1921 1921
5 Roberto Labastida 1921 1921
4 Claudio N. Tirado 1921 1921
3 Luis Sánchez Pontón 1920 1921
2 Rafael Rojas 1920 1920
1 Alfonso Cabrera Lobato 1917 1920
General Negrete 1864[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Justice of Peace Was Bandit.". Townsville Daily Bulletin. 14 October 1953. Retrieved 7 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "CLASHES IN MEXICO.". The Argus. 18 May 1938. Retrieved 7 December 2013. 
  3. ^ "The "Boycott" in Mexico". The Catholic Press. 10 February 1927. Retrieved 7 December 2013. 
  4. ^ "MEXICO.". The Argus. 1 February 1864. Retrieved 7 December 2013.