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Governor of São Paulo is the position of the head of state and government of São Paulo, Brazil.

Governor of São Paulo
Bandeira do governador do estado de São Paulo.svg
Standard of the Governor
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Incumbent
João Doria

since 1 January 2019
Style
  • Mr. Governor or even simply Governor
    (informal)
  • Most Excellent Mr. Governor
    (formal)
  • His Excellency
    (alternative formal, diplomatic)
Status
ResidencePalácio dos Bandeirantes
Term lengthFour years, 2 terms limit
Constituting instrument1989 State Constitution
Inaugural holderPrudente de Moraes
Formation14 December 1889; 129 years ago (1889-12-14)
DeputyVice Governor of São Paulo
SalaryR$ 22,300 (US$ 5745)[1]
Websitewww.saopaulo.sp.gov.br

Line of successionEdit

According to Article 40 of the State Constitution, the line of succession is as follows:[2]

  1. Vice-Governor
  2. President of the Legislative Assembly
  3. Chief Justice of the Justice Court

Governors in the Republican period (1889–1985)Edit

# Name Took office Left office
Prudente de Morais
Francisco Rangel Pestana
Joaquim de Sousa Mursa
November 16, 1889 December 14, 1889
Prudente de Morais December 14, 1889 October 18, 1890
Jorge Tibiriçá Piratininga October 18, 1890 March 7, 1891
Américo Brasiliense March 7, 1891 June 11, 1891
1 Américo Brasiliense de Almeida Melo June 11, 1891 December 15, 1891
Sérgio Tertuliano Castelo Branco December 15, 1891 December 15, 1891
José Alves de Cerqueira César December 16, 1891 August 23, 1892
2 Bernardino José de Campos Júnior August 23, 1892 April 15, 1896
Francisco de Assis Peixoto Gomide April 15, 1896 May 1, 1896
3 Manuel Ferraz de Campos Sales May 1, 1896 October 31, 1897
Francisco de Assis Peixoto Gomide October 31, 1897 November 10, 1898
4 Fernando Prestes de Albuquerque November 10, 1898 May 1, 1900
5 Francisco de Paula Rodrigues Alves May 1, 1900 February 13, 1902
Domingos Correia de Morais February 13, 1902 July 3, 1902
6 Bernardino José de Campos Júnior July 3, 1902 May 1, 1904
7 Jorge Tibiriçá Piratininga May 1, 1904 May 1, 1908
8 Manuel Joaquim de Albuquerque Lins May 1, 1908 May 1, 1912
9 Francisco de Paula Rodrigues Alves May 1, 1912 May 1, 1916
10 Altino Arantes Marques May 1, 1916 May 1, 1920
11 Washington Luís May 1, 1920 May 1, 1924
12 Carlos de Campos May 1, 1924 April 27, 1927
Antônio Dino da Costa Bueno April 27, 1927 July 14, 1927
13 Júlio Prestes July 14, 1927 October 24, 1930
Hastinfilo de Moura October 24, 1930 October 28, 1930
José Maria Whitaker October 28, 1930 November 4, 1930
Plínio Barreto November 4, 1930 November 25, 1930
João Alberto Lins de Barros November 25, 1930 July 25, 1931
Laudo Ferreira de Camargo July 25, 1931 November 13, 1931
Manuel Rabelo November 13, 1931 March 7, 1932
Pedro Manuel de Toledo March 7, 1932 July 10, 1932
Pedro Manuel de Toledo July 10, 1932 October 2, 1932
Herculano de Carvalho e Silva October 2, 1932 October 6, 1932
Valdomiro Castilho de Lima October 6, 1932 July 27, 1933
Manuel de Cerqueira Daltro Filho July 27, 1933 August 21, 1933
Armando de Sales Oliveira August 21, 1933 April 11, 1935
14 Armando de Sales Oliveira April 11, 1935 December 29, 1936
Henrique Smith Baima December 29, 1936 January 5, 1937
15 José Joaquim Cardoso de Melo Neto January 5, 1937 November 10, 1937
José Joaquim Cardoso de Melo Neto November 11, 1937 April 25, 1938
Francisco José da Silva Júnior April 25, 1938 April 27, 1938
Ademar de Barros April 27, 1938 June 4, 1941
Fernando de Sousa Costa June 4, 1941 October 27 de 1945
Sebastião Nogueira de Lima October 27, 1945 November 7, 1945
José Carlos de Macedo Soares November 7, 1945 March 14, 1947
16 Ademar de Barros March 14, 1947 January 31, 1951
17 Lucas Nogueira Garcez January 31, 1951 January 31, 1955
18 Jânio Quadros January 31, 1955 January 31, 1959
19 Carlos Alberto Alves de Carvalho Pinto January 31, 1959 January 31, 1963
20 Ademar de Barros January 31, 1963 June 6, 1966
21 Laudo Natel June 6, 1966 January 31, 1967
22 Roberto Costa de Abreu Sodré January 31, 1967 March 15, 1971
23 Laudo Natel March 15, 1971 March 15, 1975
24 Paulo Egídio Martins March 15, 1975 March 15, 1979
25 Paulo Maluf March 15, 1979 May 14, 1982
26 José Maria Marin May 14, 1982 March 15, 1983

The New Republic (1985–present)Edit

Governor
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Elected Took office Left office Political Party Vice Governor(s)
27 André Franco Montoro   1982 March 15, 1983 March 15, 1987 Brazilian Democratic Movement Party
(PMDB)
Orestes Quércia
(PMDB)
28 Orestes Quércia   1986 March 15, 1987 March 15, 1991 Brazilian Democratic Movement Party
(PMDB)
Almino Afonso
(PMDB)
29 Luís Antônio Fleury Filho   1990 March 15, 1991 January 1, 1995 Brazilian Democratic Movement Party
(PMDB)
Aloysio Nunes
(PMDB)
30 Mário Covas   1994
1998
January 1, 1995 March 6, 2001 Brazilian Social Democracy Party
(PSDB)
Geraldo Alckmin
(PSDB)
31 Geraldo Alckmin   -
2002
March 6, 2001 March 31, 2006 Brazilian Social Democracy Party
(PSDB)
Cláudio Lembo
(PFL / DEM)
32 Cláudio Lembo   - March 31, 2006 January 1, 2007 Democrats
(DEM)
vacant
33 José Serra   2006 January 1, 2007 April 2, 2010 Brazilian Social Democracy Party
(PSDB)
Alberto Goldman
(PSDB)
34 Alberto Goldman   - April 2, 2010 January 1, 2011 Brazilian Social Democracy Party
(PSDB)
vacant
35 Geraldo Alckmin   2010
2014
January 1, 2011 April 6, 2018 Brazilian Social Democracy Party
(PSDB)
Guilherme Afif
(DEM)
Márcio França
(PSB)
36 Márcio França   - April 6, 2018 January 1, 2019 Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) vacant
37 João Doria   2018 January 1, 2019 Incumbent Brazilian Social Democracy Party
(PSDB)
Rodrigo Garcia
(DEM)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Salário de Alckmin sobe 3% em 2018 e vai para R$ 22,3 mil" (in Portuguese). G1. 19 January 2018. Retrieved 30 June 2019.
  2. ^ "Constituição Estadual de 1989" (in Portuguese). Governo do Estado de São Paulo. 5 October 1989. Retrieved 30 June 2019.

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