List of governors of Guárico

This is a list of Governors of the Venezuelan Guárico State:

Coat of Arms of Guárico state

Until 1989 they were appointed by the President of Venezuela. Starting from that year they are elected in universal, direct and secret elections. In some years the head of Guárico state was known as President or Civil and Military Chief, in others Governor.

# Name Party Term
1 Manuel Sarmiento N/A 1909
2 Roberto Vargas N/A 1909
3 Alejandro Landaeta N/A 1909–1910
4 David Gimon N/A 1910
5 J.A Hernandez Ron N/A 1910–1913
6 David Gimon N/A 1913
7 Alejandro Landaeta N/A 1913
8 J.A Hernandez Ron N/A 1913–1914
9 Leon Jurado N/A 1914–1915
10 Pedro M. Guerra N/A 1915
11 Manuel Sarmiento N/A 1915–1924
12 Leon Jurado N/A 1924–1925
13 A. Rodriguez Lopez N/A 1925–1929
14 Juan A. Ramirez N/A 1929–1934
15 Ignacio Andrade N/A 1934–1936
16 Guillermo Barreto M. N/A 1936
17 Ovidio Perez N/A 1936
18 Rafael Zamora Arevalo N/A 1936–1937
19 Emilio Arevalo Cedeño N/A 1937–1938
20 Pedro Rodriguez Berrueta N/A 1938–1939
21 Eduardo Morales N/A 1939
22 Rafael Zamora Arevalo N/A 1939–1940
23 Pedro Rodriguez Berrueta N/A 1940–1942
24 Julio Montenegro N/A 1942–1943
25 Pedro Sotillo Accion Democratica 1943–1945
26 Manuel Gimon Itriago N/A 1945
27 Ricardo Montilla N/A 1945–1947
28 Miguel Toro Alayon N/A 1947–1948
29 Rafael Zamora Perez N/A 1948–1949
30 Rafael E. Garron G. N/A 1949–1952
31 Emigdio Medina Ron N/A 1952–1957
32 Roberto Casanova N/A 1957–1958
33 Luis Morales Padilla N/A 1958–1959
34 Juan Manuel Barrios Accion Democratica 1959–1963
35 Ricardo Montilla Accion Democratica 1963–1964
36 Ruben Hurtado Rodriguez Accion Democratica 1964–1965
37 Alberto Bustamante Accion Democratica 1965–1966
38 Hector Carpio Castillo Accion Democratica 1966–1967
39 Daniel Corado Belisario Accion Democratica 1967–1968
40 Fernando Alvarado G. Accion Democratica 1968–1969
41 Jose I. Gonzalez Aragot COPEI 1969–1970
42 Victor Rubin Zamora COPEI 1970
43 David Itriago Sifontes COPEI 1970–1972
44 Alejandro Rodriguez G. COPEI 1972–1974
45 Maximo Salazar Accion Democratica 1974
46 Pedro Pablo Cabrera Accion Democratica 1974–1975
47 Jose I. Diaz Milano Accion Democratica 1975–1978
48 Jose Angel Hernandez Accion Democratica 1978–1979
49 Facundo Camero V. COPEI 1979–1980
50 Jose Rodriguez Saez COPEI 1980–1983
51 Miguel Aguilar C. COPEI 1983–1984
52 Rafael Ledezma Accion Democratica 1984–1985
53 Modesto Freites Piñate Accion Democratica 1985–1987
54 Nery Celestino Parra Accion Democratica 1987–1988
55 Angel Vicente Andrade Accion Democratica 1988–1989
56 Alberto Diaz Heredia Accion Democratica 1989–1990
57 Rafael Tobias Delgado Accion Democratica 1990
58 Modesto Freites Piñate Accion Democratica 1990–1993
59 Jose A. Malave Risso COPEI 1993–1996
60 Rafael Emilio Silveira Accion Democratica 1996–1999
61 Eduardo Manuitt Carpio Patria Para Todos 1999–2008
62 Willian Lara PSUV 2008–2010
63 Luis Enrique Gallardo PSUV 2010–2012
64 Ramón Rodríguez Chacín PSUV 2012–2017
65 José Manuel Vásquez PSUV 2017–2021

Elected governorsEdit

Took office Left office Governor vote
1989 1992 Modesto Freites Piñate, Democratic Action 52.24
1992 1995 José A. Malavé Risso, COPEI 45.25
1995 1998 Rafael Emilio Silveira, Democratic Action 46.69
1998 2000 Eduardo Manuitt Carpio, PPT 48.01
2000 2004 Eduardo Manuitt Carpio, PPT 48.10
2004 2008 Eduardo Manuitt Carpio, PPT 78.46
2008 2010 William Lara†, PSUV 52.08
2010 2012 Luis Enrique Gallardo, PSUV 77.09
2012 2017 Ramón Rodríguez Chacín, PSUV 74.70
2017 current José Manuel Vásquez, PSUV 61,77

† = Died in office.

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