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Governor of Jalisco
Coat of arms of Jalisco.svg
Enrique Alfaro.jpg
Incumbent
Enrique Alfaro Ramírez

since December 6, 2018
ResidenceCasa Jalisco
Term lengthSix years, non-renewable.
Inaugural holderLuis Quintanar Bocanegra y Ruiz
Formation1824

The following is a list of governors of the Mexican state of Jalisco from 1921. The current constitution indicates a term 6 years in length, which cannot be renewed under any circumstances. It also stipulates the qualifications for becoming governor: a Mexican citizen by birth, at least 30 years of age, and a resident of Jalisco for at least 5 years prior to election. Elections are held one year after presidential elections.

List of governors[edit]

Restored Republic (1867–1910)[edit]

No. Governor Term of Office Party Notes
Ramón Corona 1 March 1887 22 September 1887 Elected for the 1887—1891 term
Luis C. Curiel 23 September 1887 23 November 1887 Substitute governor
Ramón Corona 24 November 1887 17 March 1888 Constitutional governor
Juan G. Robles 17 March 1888 18 March 1888 Substitute governor
Pedro A. Galván 19 March 1888 30 March 1888 Substitute governor
Ramón Corona 1 April 1888 9 January 1889 Constitutional governor
Mariano Bárcena 10 January 1889 24 January 1889 Substitute governor
Ramón Corona 25 January 1889 21 March 1889 Constitutional governor
Mariano Bárcena 22 March 1889 30 March 1889 Substitute governor
Ramón Corona 1 April 1889 11 November 1889 Constitutional governor. Assassinated.
Ventura Anaya y Aranda 11 November 1889 12 November 1889 Substitute governor
Mariano Bárcena 13 November 1889 6 May 1890 Substitute governor
Ventura Anaya y Aranda 7 May 1890 30 May 1890 Substitute governor
Mariano Bárcena 31 May 1890 21 October 1890 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 22 October 1890 28 February 1891 Substitute governor
Pedro A. Galván 1 March 1891 5 April 1891 Elected for the 1891—1895 term
Miguel Gómez 6 April 1891 22 April 1891 Substitute governor
Pedro A. Galván 23 April 1891 17 December 1891 Constitutional governor
Francisco Santa Cruz 18 December 1891 17 April 1892 Substitute governor
Pedro A. Galván 18 April 1892 20 November 1892 Constitutional governor. Died on 12 December 1892.
Francisco Santa Cruz 21 November 1892 2 March 1893 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 2 March 1893 8 November 1893 Substitute governor
Francisco Santa Cruz 9 November 1893 16 November 1893 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 17 November 1893 10 May 1894 Substitute governor
Gregorio Saavedra 11 May 1894 10 June 1894 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 11 June 1894 18 August 1894 Substitute governor
Gregorio Saavedra 19 August 1894 27 August 1894 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 28 August 1894 19 February 1895 Substitute governor
Gregorio Saavedra 20 February 1895 28 February 1895 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 1 March 1895 17 June 1895 Elected for the 1895—1899 term
Gregorio Saavedra 18 June 1895 27 June 1895 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 28 June 1895 19 August 1895 Constitutional governor
Emiliano Robles 20 August 1895 22 August 1895 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 23 August 1895 14 March 1896 Constitutional governor
Juan R. Zavala 15 March 1896 30 March 1896 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 31 March 1896 18 May 1896 Constitutional governor
Gregorio Saavedra 19 May 1896 2 June 1896 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 3 June 1896 4 November 1896 Constitutional governor
Gregorio Saavedra 5 November 1896 13 November 1896 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 14 November 1896 11 June 1897 Constitutional governor
Juan R. Zavala 12 June 1897 21 June 1897 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 22 June 1897 1 December 1897 Constitutional governor
Gregorio Saavedra 2 December 1897 18 December 1897 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 19 December 1897 30 March 1898 Constitutional governor
Juan R. Zavala 31 March 1898 5 April 1898 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 6 April 1898 25 January 1899 Constitutional governor
Juan R. Zavala 26 January 1899 28 February 1899 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 1 March 1899 25 May 1899 Re-elected for the 1899—1903 term
Amado Rivas 26 May 1899 12 June 1899 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 13 June 1899 18 August 1899 Constitutional governor
Juan R. Zavala 19 August 1899 30 September 1899 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 1 October 1899 7 May 1900 Constitutional governor
José L. García 8 May 1900 28 May 1900 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 29 May 1900 29 November 1900 Constitutional governor
Juan R. Zavala 30 November 1900 27 December 1900 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 28 December 1900 16 April 1901 Constitutional governor
Juan R. Zavala 17 April 1901 30 April 1901 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 1 May 1901 17 October 1901 Constitutional governor
Juan R. Zavala 18 October 1901 2 November 1901 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 3 November 1901 5 December 1901 Constitutional governor
Amado Rivas 6 December 1901 16 December 1901 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 17 December 1901 26 February 1902 Constitutional governor
Juan R. Zavala 27 February 1902 18 March 1902 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 19 March 1902 27 August 1902 Constitutional governor
Juan R. Zavala 28 August 1902 18 October 1902 Substitute governor
Luis C. Curiel 19 October 1902 9 January 1903 Constitutional governor
Juan R. Zavala 10 January 1903 28 February 1903 Substitute governor

Revolutionary governments (1917–1947)[edit]

Six-year term (1947–present)[edit]

See also[edit]