Mayor of Maui County
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The Mayor of Maui County is the chief executive officer of the County of Maui in the state of Hawaii. He or she has municipal jurisdiction over the islands of Kahoolawe, Lanai, Maui and Molokai. The Mayor of Maui County is the successor of the Royal Governor of Maui of the Kingdom of Hawaii.
|Mayor of Maui County|
|Inaugural holder||Elmer Cravalho|
|Formation||January 2, 1969|
The current mayor of Maui County is former Maui County Council member Michael Victorino, who was first elected in November 2018. He was preceded by Alan Arakawa, who was first elected in November 2003, then voted out of office in 2006, and re-elected in 2010. Prominent former mayors include Linda Lingle, the sixth governor of Hawaii and first woman governor, who was mayor from 1991 to 1999.
List of Maui County MayorsEdit
|Mayor||Term Begins||Term Ends||Notes|
|Elmer Cravalho||January 2, 1969||July 24, 1979||First Mayor of Maui|
|Hannibal Tavares||October 1979||January 2, 1991||Tavares won a special election in October 1979 following Cravalho's resignation in July.|
|Linda Lingle||January 2, 1991||January 2, 1999|
|James "Kimo" Apana||January 2, 1999||January 2, 2003|
|Alan Arakawa||January 2, 2003||January 2, 2007|
|Charmaine Tavares||January 2, 2007||January 2, 2011|
|Alan Arakawa||January 2, 2011||January 2, 2019|
|Michael Victorino||January 2, 2019||Present|
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