Félix González Canto

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Félix González Canto
Coat of arms of Quintana Roo.svg
6th Governor of Quintana Roo
In office
5 April 2005 – 4 April 2011
Preceded by Joaquín Hendricks Díaz
Succeeded by Roberto Borge Angulo
Personal details
Born (1968-08-23) 23 August 1968 (age 50)
Cozumel, Quintana Roo
Nationality Flag of Mexico.svg Mexican
Political party Institutional Revolutionary Party PRI logo (Mexico).svg
Spouse(s) Narcedalia Martín Villanueva
Profession Economist

Félix Arturo González Canto (born 23 August 1968) is a politician and Mexican economist, affiliated with the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). From 2005 until 2011 he was the governor of the state of Quintana Roo.

He has previously held the positions of mayor (Presidente Municipal) of his home town of Cozumel (1999–2002) and has served as a deputy in the Federal Congress (2003–2005, representing Quintana Roo's First District). During 2004 he also served as a representative of Mexico to the Central American Parliament.

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Preceded by
Joaquín Ernesto Hendricks Díaz
Governor of Quintana Roo
Succeeded by
Roberto Borge Angulo