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Rhode Island: Lieutenant Governors


Lieutenant Governors of Rhode Island, 1799-2012 (May be incomplete!)
Samuel J. Potter 1799 George Brown 1799-1800 Samuel J. Potter 1800-03 Paul Mumford 1803-05 Isaac Wilbour 1806-07 Constant Taber 1807-08 Simeon Martin 1808-10 Isaac Wilbour 1810-11 Simeon Martin 1811-16 Jeremiah Thurston 1816-17 Edward Wilcox 1817-21 Caleb Earle 1821-24 Charles Collins 1824-33 Jeffrey Hazard 1833-35 George Engs 1835-36 Jeffrey Hazard 1836-37 Benjamin B. Thurston 1837-38 Joseph Childs 1838-39 Byron Diman 1840-42 Nathaniel Bullock 1842-43 Byron Diman 1843-46 Elisha Harris 1846-47 Edward W. Lawton 1847-49 Thomas Whipple 1849-51 William B. Lawrence 1851-52 Samuel G. Arnold 1852-53 Francis M. Dimond 1853-54 John J. Reynolds 1854-55 Anderson C. Rose 1855-56 Nicholas Brown 1856-57 Thomas G. Turner 1857-59 Isaac Saunders 1859-60 J. Russell Bullock 1860-61 Samuel G. Arnold 1861-62 Seth Padelford 1863-65 Duncan C. Pell 1865-66 William Greene 1866-68 Pardon W. Stevens 1868-72 Charles R. Cutler 1872-73 Charles C. Van Zandt 1873-75 Henry T. Sisson 1875-77 Albert C. Howard 1877-80 Henry H. Fay 1880-83 Oscar J. Rathbun 1883-85 Lucius B. Darling 1885-87 Samuel R. Honey 1887-88 Enos Lapham 1888-89 Daniel G. Littlefield 1889-90 William T. C. Wardwell 1890-91 Henry A. Stearns 1891-92 Melville Bull 1892-94 Edwin R. Allen 1894-97 Aram J. Pothier 1897-98 William Gregory 1898-1900 Charles D. Kimball 1900-01 George L. Shepley 1902-03 Adelard Archambault 1903-04 George H. Utter 1904-05 Frederick H. Jackson 1905-08 Ralph C. Watrous 1908-09 Arthur W. Dennis 1909-10 Zenas W. Bliss 1910-13 Roswell B. Burchard 1913-15 Emery J. San Souci 1915-21 Harold J. Gross 1921-23 Felix A. Toupin 1923-25 Nathaniel W. Smith 1925-27 Norman S. Case 1927-28 James G. Connolly 1929-33 Robert E. Quinn 1933-37 Raymond E. Jordan 1937-39 James O. McManus 1939-41 Louis W. Cappelli 1941-44 John O. Pastore 1945 John S. McKiernan 1947-50 John S. McKiernan 1951-56 Armand H. Cote 1957-59 John A. Notte, Jr. 1959-61 Edward P. Gallogly 1961-65 Giovanni Folcarelli 1965-67 Joseph H. O'Donnell, Jr. 1967-69 J. Joseph Garrahy 1969-77 Thomas R. DiLuglio 1977-85 Richard A. Licht 1985-89 Roger N. Begin 1989-93 Robert A. Weygand 1993-97 Bernard A. Jackvony 1997-99 Charles J. Fogarty 1999-2006 Elizabeth H. Roberts 2007-12

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1805: Paul Mumford, died in office.
  • 1928: Francis B. Condon (Dem), defeated.
  • 1930 Nov 4: James G. Connolly (Rep), elected; Thomas P. McCoy (Dem), defeated; Augustus A. Martin (Socialist Labor), defeated.
  • 1934: Henry M. Boss, Jr. (Rep), defeated.
  • 1938 Nov 8: James O. McManus (Rep), elected; Raymond E. Jordan (Dem), defeated; Grover C. Montgomery (Communist), defeated.
  • 1966 Nov 8: Joseph H. O'Donnell, Jr. (Rep), elected.
  • 1997 Jan 29: Bernard A. Jackvony, appointed.
  • 1998: Bernard A. Jackvony (Rep), defeated.
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