|Vice President-elect of Brazil|
elected March 1, 1930
|President||Júlio Prestes (elect)|
|Preceded by||Fernando de Melo Viana|
|Succeeded by||Nereu de Oliveira Ramos (1946)|
|19th Governor of Bahia|
|Preceded by||Góis Calmon|
|Succeeded by||Frederico Augusto Rodrigues da Costa|
|Born||November 13, 1874
|Died||April 19, 1933
Vital Henrique Batista Soares (November 13, 1874 – April 19, 1933) was a Brazilian lawyer and politician.
He was elected Vice President of Brazil on March 1, 1930 but was prevented from taking office by a coup that brought Getúlio Vargas to power, just three weeks before scheduled inauguration along with President-elect Júlio Prestes.
Soares died in Salvador, Bahia, aged 58.
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