Governors of San Juan, Argentina

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The Governors of San Juan Province, Argentina since Argentina became independent have been the following

Lieutenant Governors[edit]

Term Governor Portrait
April 1812
January 1812
Saturnino Sarassa (primer Lieutenant governor, Intendencia de Cuyo)
1812
1812
Manuel Corvalán (Lieutenant governor) Manuel Corvalán.JPG
1 January 1812
9 January 1822
José Ignacio de la Roza

Governors from 1820 to 1884[edit]

Term Governor Portrait
1 March 1822
21 March 1822
Mariano Mendizábal (1er governor de autónomo)
21 March 1822
24 March 1822
Francisco Solano del Corro
24 March 1822
10 August 1822
José Ignacio Maradona
10 August 1822
January 1822
José Antonio Sánchez
January 1822
10 January 1822
José María Pérez de Urdininea
10 January 1822
26 June 1822
Salvador María del Carril SalvadorMariaDelCarril.JPG
27 June 1822
8 September 1822
Plácido Fernández Maradona
9 September 1822
12 September 1822
Salvador María del Carril SalvadorMariaDelCarril.JPG
13 September 1822
12 March 1822
José Navarro
12 March 1822
17 January 1822
José Antonio Sánchez
17 January 1822
30 November 1822
Manuel Gregorio Quiroga Carril
30 November 1822
6 April 1832
Timoteo Maradona
6 April 1832
17 December 1832
Juan Aguilar
17 December 1832
3 April 1832
Hipólito Pastoriza
3 April 1832
29 April 1832
José Tomás Albarracín
29 April 1832
4 May 1832
Valentín Ruiz
4 May 1832
9 January 1832
José Martín Yanzón
9 January 1832
26 February 1832
José Luciano Fernández
26 February 1832
13 August 1841
Nazario Benavídez[1] Nazario Benavidez.JPG
14 August 1841
22 August 1841
Mariano Acha
22 August 1841
8 October 1841
José Manuel Quiroga Sarmiento[2]
8 October 1841
29 May 1852
Nazario Benavídez[1] Nazario Benavidez.JPG
29 May 1852
8 August 1852
Zacarías Yanzi
8 August 1852
11 January 1852
Nazario Benavídez[1] Nazario Benavidez.JPG
11 January 1852
18 March 1852
Francisco Díaz Francisco Diaz.jpg
18 March 1852
April 1852
Nazario Benavídez[1] Nazario Benavidez.JPG
April 1852
8 September 1852
Nicanor Molinas (Intervención federal)
8 September 1852
28 December 1852
Manuel José Gómez Rufino Manuel José Gómez Rufino.jpg
28 December 1852
24 January 1852
Galán, García, Derqui (Intervención federal)
24 January 1852
15 November 1862
José Antonio Virasoro
16 November 1862
29 December 1862
Francisco Coll
29 December 1862
7 December 1862
Antonino Aberastain Antonino Aberastain 01.jpg
11 January 1862
19 February 1862
Juan Saá (Intervención federal) Juan Saá.jpg
19 February 1862
1 March 1862
Filomeno Valenzuela
1 March 1862
3 January 1862
Francisco Díaz Francisco Diaz.jpg
3 January 1862
9 April 1862
Domingo Faustino Sarmiento DomingoFaustinoSarmiento.JPG
9 April 1862
13 June 1862
Santiago Lloveras
13 June 1862
24 July 1862
Saturnino de la Presilla
24 July 1862
9 October 1862
José Manuel Zavalla
9 October 1862
5 January 1862
Camilo Rojo
5 January 1862
6 April 1862
Juan de Dios Videla
6 April 1862
23 August 1862
Camilo Rojo
23 August 1862
6 October 1862
Santiago Lloveras
6 October 1862
28 March 1862
José Manuel Zavalla
28 March 1862
4 August 1862
Ruperto Godoy Cnst RupertoGodoy SanJuan 1903.jpg
4 August 1862
16 May 1872
José María del Carril José María del Carril.jpg
16 May 1872
13 December 1872
Valentín Videla
13 December 1872
21 January 1872
Benjamín Bates
21 January 1872
19 February 1872
Faustino Espínola
19 February 1872
18 May 1872
Uladislao Frías Uladislao Frías.jpg
18 May 1872
5 November 1872
Manuel José Gómez Rufino Manuel José Gómez Rufino.jpg
5 November 1872
8 December 1872
Sandalio Echeverría
8 December 1872
12 May 1872
Hermógenes Ruiz HermógenesRuiz01.jpg

Governors from 1875 to 1930[edit]

Term Governor Portrait
12 May 1872
12 May 1872
Rosauro Doncel RosauroDoncel.jpg
12 May 1872
28 January 1882
Agustín Gómez
28 January 1882
12 May 1882
Manuel María Moreno
12 May 1882
12 May 1882
Anacleto Gil
12 May 1882
12 May 1882
Carlos Doncel
12 May 1882
1882
Federico Moreno
1882
12 May 1892
Manuel José García
12 May 1892
12 May 1892
Alejandro Albarracín
12 May 1892
12 May 1892
Domingo Morón
12 May 1892
12 May 1892
Carlos Doncel
12 May 1892
12 May 1902
Abraham Vidart
12 May 1902
12 May 1902
Enrique Godoy
12 May 1902
7 February 1902
Manuel Godoy
7 February 1902
8 February 1902
Carlos Sarmiento
Saturnino Oro
Juan Luis Sarmiento
8 February 1902
15 February 1902
Ramón A. González
15 February 1902
1 May 1902
Cornelio Moyano Gacitúa
1 May 1902
12 May 1902
Manuel Gregorio Quiroga
12 May 1902
12 May 1912
Carlos Sarmiento
12 May 1912
20 June 1912
Ángel Dolores Rojas
20 June 1912
12 May 1912
Pedro A. Garro
12 May 1912
24 November 1912
Amador Izasa
24 November 1912
9 July 1922
Manuel Escobar (Unelected federal)
9 July 1922
20 November 1922
Amable Jones
20 November 1922
1 March 1922
Luis J. Colombo
1 March 1922
9 December 1922
Julio Bello
9 December 1922
17 December 1922
Marcial Izasa
17 December 1922
18 de January 1922
Manuel Carlés
18 de January 1922
12 May 1922
Aquiles Castro
12 May 1922
8 August 1922
Federico Cantoni Federico Cantoni.jpg
8 August 1922
6 December 1922
Eduardo Broquen (Unelected federal)
6 December 1922
23 December 1922
Aldo Cantoni
23 December 1922
6 September 1932
Modestino Pizarro (Unelected federal)

Governors from 1930 to 1958[edit]

Term Governor Portrait
6 September 1932
8 September 1932
Domingo Cuello (provisional)
9 September 1932
21 September 1932
José Ruda Vega (Military)
22 September 1932
12 March 1932
Marco Aurelio Avellaneda (provisional)
13 March 1932
4 August 1932
Celso Rojas
2 August 1932
17 February 1932
Ignacio Medina
18 February 1932
5 May 1932
Sigifredo Bazán Smith (provisional)
12 May 1932
22 February 1932
Federico Cantoni Federico Cantoni.jpg
23 February 1932
22 August 1932
Juan Jones (Military)
23 August 1932
21 August 1932
Ismael Galíndez
22 August 1932
8 September 1932
Juan Maurín (provisional)
8 April 1932
8 October 1932
Enrique Fliess (Unelected)
9 October 1932
27 May 1932
N. Costa Méndez (Unelected)
28 May 1932
21 September 1942
Evaristo Virasoro (Unelected)
21 September 1942
5 November 1942
Julio Raffo de la Reta (Unelected)
6 November 1942
14 January 1942
Epifanio Olmedo (provisional)
15 January 1942
27 June 1942
Pedro Valenzuela
28 June 1942
10 January 1942
Jorge Godoy (Unelected federal)
11 January 1942
30 January 1942
David Uriburu (Unelected federal)
31 January 1942
24 August 1942
Humberto Molina (Unelected federal)
25 August 1942
24 October 1942
Juan Berreta (Unelected federal)
25 October 1942
25 June 1942
Emilio Cipolletti (Unelected federal)
26 June 1942
12 February 1942
Juan Alvarado
13 February 1942
25 June 1952
Ruperto Godoy
26 June 1952
29 June 1952
Ruperto Godoy (governor)
30 June 1952
3 June 1952
Elías Amado
4 June 1952
20 September 1952
Rinaldo Viviani (governor)
21 September 1952
7 October 1952
Mario Fonseca (Unelected federal)
8 October 1952
30 January 1952
Juan Picca (Unelected)
31 January 1952
16 February 1952
Alberto Casas (Unelected federal)
17 February 1952
16 June 1952
Marino Carreras (Unelected federal)
17 June 1952
30 June 1952
Manuel Hermida (Unelected)
1 July 1952
30 April 1952
Edmundo Bernasconi (Unelected federal)

Governors from 1958 to 1983[edit]

Term Governor Portrait
1 June 1952
25 April 1962
Américo García
26 April 1962
24 June 1962
Fernando Méndez (Unelected federal)
25 June 1962
8 June 1962
Miguel Pedrozo (Unelected federal)
9 June 1962
11 August 1962
Pedro Avalía (de facto)
12 August 1962
27 October 1962
Leopoldo Bravo
28 October 1962
26 July 1962
A. Cordón Aguirre (de facto)
27 July 1962
24 August 1962
Edgardo Gómez (de facto)
25 August 1962
5 February 1972
José Augusto López (de facto)
3 June 1972
3 June 1972
Ruperto H. Godoy (de facto)
4 June 1972
24 June 1972
Carlos Centurión (de facto)
25 June 1972
23 February 1972
Eloy Camus
24 February 1972
27 April 1972
Carlos Tragant (de facto)
28 April 1972
13 December 1972
Alberto Lombardi (de facto)
14 September 1972
3 April 1982
Manuel Zamboni (de facto)
4 April 1982
14 January 1982
Daniel Rodriguez Castro (de facto)
15 January 1982
6 December 1982
Leopoldo Bravo (de facto)
7 December 1982
Eduardo Pósleman (de facto)

Governors since 1983[edit]

Term Governor Portrait
10 December 1982
6 December 1982
Leopoldo Bravo
7 December 1982
9 December 1982
Jorge Ruiz Aguilar (on resignation of Leopoldo Bravo)
10 December 1982
9 December 1992
Carlos Gómez Centurión
10 December 1992
17 December 1992
Jorge Escobar
18 December 1992
28 December 1992
Juan Rojas (por destitución de Jorge Escobar)
29 December 1992
9 December 1992
Jorge Escobar
10 December 1992
9 December 1992
Jorge Escobar (governor)
10 December 1992
22 August 2002
Alfredo Avelín
23 August 2002
9 December 2002
Wbaldino Acosta
10 December 2002
9 December 2002
José Luis Gioja
10 December 2002
9 December 2012
José Luis Gioja
10 December 2012
en cargo
José Luis Gioja

Sources[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Nazario Benavídez". Revisionistas. Retrieved 2012-11-08. 
  2. ^ Chirico, Gabriel (11 May 2012). "José Manuel Eufrasio Quiroga Sarmiento Funes". Genealogia Familiar. Retrieved 2012-11-14.