Lieutenant Governor of Northern Mariana Islands

The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands has a self governing government consisting of a locally elected governor, Lieutenant Governor and the Northern Mariana Islands Commonwealth Legislature.[1] The current Lieutenant Governor is Jude Hofschneider, who was appointed to the position following the installation of Eloy Inos as Governor, triggered by the resignation of Benigno Fitial.

List of Lieutenant Governor of the Northern Mariana Islands

Lieutenant Governor Lived Party Years
Francisco Castro Ada (1934–2010) Democratic January 9, 1978 - January 11, 1982
Pedro A. Tenorio (b. 1941) Republican January 11, 1982 – January 8, 1990
Benjamin Manglona (b. 1938) Republican January 8, 1990 – January 10, 1994
Jesus C. Borja (b. 1948) Democratic January 10, 1994 - January 12, 1998
Jesus R. Sablan (b. 1952) Republican January 12, 1998 - January 14, 2002
Diego T. Benavente (b. 1959) Republican January 14, 2002 - January 9, 2006
Timothy P. Villagomez (b. 1962) Covenant January 9, 2006 - April 24, 2009
Vacant April 24, 2009 – May 1, 2009
Eloy S. Inos (b. 1949) Covenant May 1, 2009 – February 20, 2013
Jude Hofschneider (b. 1966) Republican February 20, 2013 – Present

References

External links

  • Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Executive Branch
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