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Governor of Zacatecas

The Governor of Zacatecas wields executive power in the State of Zacatecas. The governor is directly elected by the citizens, using secret ballot, to a six-year term with no possibility of reelection; the current governor of Zacatecas is Alejandro Tello Cristerna, a member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, since 2016. 1928–1932: Leobardo C. Ruiz 1932–1936: Matías Ramos 1940–1940: Rodrigo Bañuelos Cosío 1940–1940: J. Félix Bañuelos 1940–1940: Pánfilo Natera García 1940–1940: Gregorio Medina 1940–1941: Pánfilo Natera García 1940–1940: Jesús Escobar González 1940–1941: Pánfilo Natera García 1941–1941: Salvador Martínez 1941–1941: Pánfilo Natera García 1941–1941: Jesús Escobar González 1941–1941: Pánfilo Natera García 1941–1941: Jesús Escobar González 1941–1941: Pánfilo Natera García 1941–1941: Jesús Escobar González 1941–1941: Pánfilo Natera García 1941–1941: Jesús Escobar González 1941–1942: Pánfilo Natera García 1942–1942: Jesús Escobar González 1942–1942: Pánfilo Natera García 1942–1942: Jesús Escobar González 1942–1942: Pánfilo Natera García 1942–1942: Jesús Escobar González 1942–1943: Pánfilo Natera García 1943–1943: Jesús Escobar González 1943–1943: Víctor Gallegos 1943–1943: Jesús Escobar González 1943–1943: Pánfilo Natera García 1943–1943: Jesús Escobar González 1943–1943: Pánfilo Natera García 1943–1943: Jesús Escobar González 1943–1943: Pánfilo Natera García 1943–1943: Salvador Castañedo 1943–1944: Pánfilo Natera García 1944–1944: Jesús Escobar González 1944–1944: Salvador Castañedo 1944–1944: Jesús Hernández Olvera 1944–1944: Pánfilo Natera García 1944–1950: Leobardo Reynoso 1950–1956: José Minero Roque 1956–1962: Francisco E. García 1962–1968: José Rodríguez Elías 1968–1974: Pedro Ruiz González 1974–1980: Fernando Pámanes Escobedo 1980–1986: José Guadalupe Cervantes Corona 1986–1991: Genaro Borrego Estrada 1991–1992: Pedro de León 1992–1998: Arturo Romo Gutiérrez 1998–2004: Ricardo Monreal Ávila 2004–2010: Amalia García 2010–2016: Miguel Alonso Reyes 2016–2021: Alejandro Tello Cristerna List of Mexican state governors

Boa Vista, Rio Grande do Sul

Boa Vista is a neighbourhood of the city of Porto Alegre, the state capital of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. It was created by the municipal law 2.022 from December 7, 1959. In 2000, there were 8,691 people living in Boa Vista. Boa Vista became a noble residential neighbourhood in the 1960s; the first and oldest houses were constructed around the Japan Square, located in an upland area. From the 1990s onwards, some of these residences became commercial establishments, such as stores, cafés, law firms. Other houses were demolished and apartment buildings were built instead; the most important street in Boa Vista is Anita Garibaldi Street. In the neighbourhood there are two private schools, Monteiro Lobato and Província de São Pedro, founded in 1971 and 1979, respectively. Near them is the only public school in Escola Estadual de Ensino Fundamental Bahia. Moreover, there are two well-known social and sports clubs: the Porto Alegre Country Club, with a 50-hectare area, the Lebanese Society. Neighborhoods of Porto Alegre Porto Alegre Homepage