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The following is a list of U.S. Governors for various States.

Alabama

Name Term Party Notes
Robert Bentley 2011-2019 Republican
Mo Brooks 2019-2027 Republican

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Name Term Party Notes
Jerry Brown 2011-2019 Democratic
Gavin Newsom 2019-2027 Democratic
Sean Parker 2027-2032 Independent Resigned in December 2032 to assume Presidency of the United States

Colorado

Name Term Party Notes
Bill Ritter 2007-2011 Democratic
John Hickenlooper 2011-2019 Democratic

Connecticut

Name Term Party Notes
Dan Malloy 2011-2015 Democratic Defeated in for reelection in 2014 by Republican Tom Foley
Tom Foley 2015-2023 Republican

Delaware

Florida

Name Term Party Notes
Charlie Crist 2007-2011 Republican
Rick Scott 2011-2019 Republican
Adam Putnam 2019-2027 Republican

Georgia

Name Term Party Notes
Nathan Deal 2011-2019 Republican
Newt Gingrich 2019-2027 Republican 2027-2031 Republican
Ricky Dobbs 2027-2035 Democrat; Democratic-Republican

Hawaii

Name Term Party Notes
Neil Abercrombie 2011-2015 Democratic Defeated in 2014 primary by David Ige
Duke Aiona 2015-2023 Republican
Shan Tsutsui 2023-2031 Democratic

Idaho

Illinois

Name Term Party Notes
Rod Blagojevich 2007-2009 Democratic Impeached and convicted for ethics violations
Pat Quinn 2009-2015 Democratic
Bruce Rauner 2015-2023 Republican
Adam Kinzinger 2023-2028 Republican Resigned in December 2028 to assume Presidency of the United States
Jason Barickman December 20, 2028 - January 2039 Republican (until 2036),  Democratic-Republican
Christian Mitchell January 2039 - January 2043 Progressive

Indiana

Name Term Party Notes
Mitch Daniels 2005-2013 Republican
Mike Pence 2013-2021 Republican
Greg Ballard 2021-2029 Republican

Iowa

Kansas

Name Term Party Notes
Kathleen Sebelius 2003-2009 Democratic
Mark Parkinson 2009-2011 Democratic
Sam Brownback 2011-2019 Republican
Kris Kobach 2019-2027 Republican (until 2020), Conservative Former Republican; 2020 and 2024 Conservative Party nominee for President


Kentucky

Louisiana

Name Term Party Notes
Bobby Jindal 2008-2016 Republican First non-white Governor of Louisiana
John Bel Edwards 2016-2020 Democratic Defeated in 2019 election by Jay Dardenne
Jay Dardenne 2020-2028 Republican
Caroline Fayard 2028-2032 Democratic

Maine

Maryland

Name Term Party Notes
Martin O'Malley 2007-2015 Democratic
Larry Hogan 2015-2023 Republican
Ken Ulman 2023-2027 Democratic Defeated in 2026 election by Independent Kevin Plank
Kevin Plank 2027-2035 Independent First Maryland Governor not to have a party affiliation since 1790s
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake 2035-2043

Democratic (2035-2037)

Democratic-Republican (2037-2043)

John Olszewski, Jr. 2043-2051 Progressive Former Democrat; 2044 Progressive Party nominee for President

Massachusetts

Name Term Party Notes
Deval Patrick 2007-2015 Democratic
Martha Coakley 2015 - 2023 Democratic
Tim Murray 2023 - 2031 Democratic

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Name Term Party Notes
Brian Schweitzer 2005 - 2013 Democrat
Steve Bullock 2013-2021 Democrat
Denny Rehberg 2021-2029 Republican

Nebraska

Nevada

John j. Hensworth 2000-2032 Lee cartoni 2032-2040

New Hampshire

Name Term Party Notes
John Lynch 2005-2013 Democratic
Maggie Hassan 2013-2017 Democratic Did not seek reelection in 2016 to run for U.S. Senate
Frank Guinta 2017-2025 Republican

New Jersey

Name Term Party Notes
Chris Christie 2010-2018 Republican
Steve Fulop 2018 - 2026 Democratic
Tom Kean, Jr. 2026 - 2030 Republican Defeated in 2029 election by Sherif Ibrahim
Sherif Ibrahim 2030-2038 Democratic (until 2036), Democratic-Republican First Muslim Governor of an American state

New Mexico

New York

Name Term Party Notes
Elliot Spitzer 2007-2008 Democratic Resigned in 2008 due to prostitution scandal
David Paterson 2008-2010 Democratic Appointed to replace Spitzer
Andrew Cuomo 2011-2017 Democratic Son of former Governor Mario Cuomo, resigned in 2017 to become U.S. Attorney General
Kathy Hochul 2017-2025 Democratic Appointed to replace Andrew Cumo

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Name Term Party Notes
Tom Corbett 2011-2015 Republican First incumbent Governor to lose a reelection race
Allyson Schwartz 2015 - 2023 Democratic First female Governor of Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

Name Term Party Notes
Lincoln Chafee 2011 - 2015 Independent/Democrat
Angel Taveras 2015 - 2023 Democrat
David Cicilline 2023-2031 Democratic First openly gay Governor
Adam Teglia 2031-2039 Independent

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Name Term Party Notes
Rick Perry 2000-2015 Republican
Greg Abbott 2015-2019 Republican Defeated in 2018 election by Democratic Julian Castro
Julian Castro 2019-2027 Democratic
George P. Bush 2027-2039 Republican

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Name Term Party Notes
Bob McDonnell 2010-2014 Republican
Terry McAuliffe 2014-2018 Democratic
E.W. Jackson 2018-2022 Republican
Aneesh Chopra 2022 - 2026 Democratic

Washington

Name Term Party Notes
Chris Gregoire 2005 - 2013 Democrat
Jay Inslee 2013 - 2021 Democrat Former U.S. Representative
Dow Constantine 2021 - 2029 Democrat Former King County Executive

West Virginia

Name Term Party Notes
Joe Manchin 2005-2010 Democratic Resigned to become Senator in 2010
Earl Ray Tomblin 2010-2017 Democratic Finished remainder of Manchin's term and was term limited in 2016
John Raese 2017-2025 Republican

Wisconsin

Wyoming

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