List of mayors of Mayagüez, Puerto Rico

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This is a list of mayors of Mayagüez, the most important city[according to whom?] in the west coast of Puerto Rico.

19th century[edit]

Office Term Number Name Office Political Party
1 José Ma. Ramirez de Arellano 1823  
2 Felix Monteagudo (Int.) 1828  
3 José Ramón Pagán (Int.) 1833  
4 Rafael Mangual 1836  
5 José Ant. de Cucullu 1837  Conservative
6 Fernando Lloreda (Int.) 1838  
7 Simón María Orama (Int.) 1838  
8 Esteban Nadal (Int.) 1839  
9 Agustin Feliú 1841  
10 Juan José de Cartagena 1842  Conservative
11 Esteban Nadal 1843  
12 Gerónimo Patxot (Int.) 1845  
13 José Basora (Int.) 1846  
14 Juan José de Cartagena 1847  Conservative
15 Pablo Moreu (Int.) 1847  
16 José Antonio Ruiz (Int.) 1848  
17 Cristóbal Blanch 1848  
18 José Ant. de Cucullu 1848  Conservative
19 Isodoro Aviño (Int.) 1849  
20 Juan Davis (Int.) 1850  
21 Luis Torrellas (Int.) 1851  
22 Manuel Cedeño (Int.) 1851  Liberal
23 Leonardo de Campos 1852  Liberal
24 Lorenzo Sojo (Int.) 1852  
25 Buenaventura Plaja (Int.) 1855  
26 Antonio Caparrós 1855  
27 Hilarión Pérez Guerra 1856  
28 Magin Vidal (Int.) 1856  
29 José Ant. de Cucullu 1857  Conservative
30 Sebastián Pratts (Int.) 1857  
31 Antonio Annoni (Int.) 1857  
32 Salvador Badrena (Int.) 1859  
33 Antonio Blanes (Int.) 1860  
34 Bernardo Lloreda 1861  
35 Magin Raldiris (Int.) 1862  
36 Policarpo Alvarez 1862  
37 Pedro José de Olaguibel 1862  
38 Francisco Carbó 1863  
39 José Chavarri (Int.) 1863  
40 Rafael Blanes (Int.) 1864  
41 Francisco Carreras (Int.) 1865  
42 Cagetano Roger (Int.) 1866  Conservative
43 Bruno Ruiz de Porras (Int.) 1866  Conservative
44 Antonio de Balboa Blanes 1866  Conservative
45 Cayetano Roger (Accidental) 1870  Conservative
46 Eduardo Quesada (Acci.) 1870  
47 Col. Enrique Sánchez (Acci.) 1870  
48 Esteban Nadal 1870  Conservative
49 José Antonio Annoni 1872  
50 Felipe Goyco Quiñones 1874  
51 Manuel Pratts 1875  Liberal
52 Pedro de Nieva (Int.) 1875  Liberal
53 Buenaventura Plaja (Int.) 1876  Liberal
54 José F. Gonze 1878  
55 Juan J. Mangual (Int.) 1878  
56 Pedro José de Olaguibel 1879  Conservative
57 Juan Mercader (Int.) 1879  
58 Antonio Frau (Int.) 1880  
59 Guillermo Frontera 1883  Conservative
60 Pedro José Olaquibel 1887  Conservative
61 José de Jesús Domínguez 1890  
62 Carlos J. Monagas (Int.) 1890  
63 Salvador Suau y Mulet 1891  Conservative
64 Francisco Blanes 1892  Liberal
65 Miguel Pons 1894  
66 Salvador Suau y Mulet 1895  Conservative
67 Santiago Sáenz (Int.) 1895  
68 Eliseo Font y Guillot 1898  
69 Diego García St. Laurent 1899  
70 Charles L. Cooper (Acc.) 1899  

20th century[edit]

Office Term Number Name Office Political Party
71 Blas Nadal[1] 1900  Incorporated Republican Party
72 Lorenzo Matínez (Int.) 1901  Incorporated Republican Party
73 Mateo Fajardo Cardona 1902  Incorporated Republican Party
74 Leopoldo Cabassa (Int.) 1903  Incorporated Republican Party
75 José A. Menéndez 1906  Pure Republican Party
76 Alberto Bravo (Int.) 1907  Incorporated Republican Party
77 Mariano Riera Palmer 1908  Union of Puerto Rico
78 Dr. Pedro Perea 1911  Incorporated Republican Party
79 Carlos Sabater (Int.) 1913  Incorporated Republican Party
80 Juan Rivera Vélez (Int.) 1914  
81 Jaime Picó Fernández(Int.) 1918  Incorporated Republican Party
82 Juan Cancio Ortiz (Int.) 1918  Incorporated Republican Party
83 Alejandro Galanes (Int.) 1918  Incorporated Republican Party
84 Juan Rullán Rivera 1921–1932  Union of Puerto Rico
85 Alfonso González Martínes 1933–1937  Alianza Puertoriqueña
86 Dr. Frank Olán Rivera (Int.) 1936  
87 Manuel Marín Gaudier 1937–1941  Alianza Puertoriqueña
88 Julio N. Matos 1941  Popular Democratic
89 Manuel A. Barreto 1941–1947  Popular Democratic
91 Baudilio Vega Berríos 1947–1952  Popular Democratic
92 Augusto Valentín Vizcarrondo 1953–1956  Popular Democratic
93 Baudilio Vega Berríos 1957–1968  Popular Democratic
94 Bejamín Cole 1969–1992  Popular Democratic
95 José Guillermo Rodríguez 1993 –  Popular Democratic

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ James H. McLeary (1901), "List of Municipal Officers and Employees: Mayaguez", Register of Porto Rico, San Juan: Press of the San Juan News, pp. 280–298 

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