Miguel Cárdenas

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For the Paraguayan footballer, see Miguel Cárdenas (footballer).

Miguel Cárdenas was a Mexican politician. He was candidate for the elections of 1894 for the post of governor of Coahuila and was supported by Bernardo Reyes. But Cárdenas removed his candidacy as did José María Garza Galán. So, José María Múzquiz became governor. Eventually, Miguel Cárdenas became governor in 1894. He was governor till 1904, that year Francisco Madero opposed his reelection.

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