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Political party strength in the Northern Mariana Islands

 

Political party strength in the Northern Mariana Islands

The following table indicates the party of elected officials in the United States insular area of the Northern Mariana Islands:

The table also indicates the historical party composition in the:

The parties are as follows:       Covenant (C),       Democratic (D),       Independent (I),       Republican (R), and       a tie or coalition within a group of elected officials.

Year Executive offices Commonwealth Legislature U.S. House
Governor Lieutenant Governor Attorney General Territorial Senate Territorial House
1978 Carlos Camacho (D) Francisco Ada (D) Not an elected office Edward Pangelinan (D)
1979
1980
1981
1982 Pedro Tenorio (R) Pedro Agulto Tenorio (R)
1983
1984 Froilan Tenorio (D)
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990 Lorenzo I. De Leon Guerrero (R) Benjamin Manglona (R) Juan Babauta (R)
1991
1992
1993
1994 Froilan Tenorio (D) Jesus Borja (D)
1995
1996
1997
1998 Pedro Tenorio (R) Jesus Sablan (R)
1999
2000
2001
2002 Juan Babauta (R) Diego Benavente (R) Pedro Agulto Tenorio (R)
2003
2004
2005
2006 Benigno R. Fitial (C) Timothy P. Villagomez (C)[1] 6Coalition, 3R
(3C, 3R, 2D, 1I)
7C, 7R, 2D, 2I
2007
2008 12R, 4C, 3I, 1D
2009 Eloy S. Inos (C)[2] Gregorio Sablan (I)
2010 unknown 9R, 7C, 4I Gregorio Sablan (D)
2011 Benigno R. Fitial (R)[3][4]
2012 unknown
2013 Eloy S. Inos (C)[5] Jude Hofschneider[2] 5R, 4I 12I, 4R, 4C
2014 Eloy S. Inos (R)[6]
2015 Ralph Torres (R) Edward Manibusan (NP) 7R, 2I 13I, 7R
Year Governor Lieutenant Governor Attorney General Territorial Senate Territorial House U.S. House
Executive offices Commonwealth Legislature

Notes

  1. ^ Resigned April 26, 2009.
  2. ^ a b Nominated by Governor and confirmed by Senate to fill vacancy.
  3. ^ Fitial founded the Covenant Party in 2001 after leaving the Republican Party. He rejoined the Republican Party on January 5, 2011, announcing that his goal will be to merger the Covenant Party back into the Republican Party.
  4. ^ Resigned February 20, 2013
  5. ^ Succeeded to office upon the resignation of his predecessor.
  6. ^ Inos left the Covenant Party in September 2013 and joined the Republican party.

See also

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