DOMINADOR I. MANGUBAT (1954 – 1955)

THE SECOND acting governor of Cavite appointed during the administration of Governor Camerino was Dr. Dominador I. Mangubat of Dasmariñas, Cavite. He served from...

HORACIO H. RODRIGUEZ (1953 – 1954)

DURING the temporary political eclipse of Governor Dominador M. Camerino, 1953 to 1955, two acting governors, one after the other, were appointed by President...

MARIANO B. VILLANUEVA (1955)

LAWYER and educator, Mariano B. Villanueva was twice acting governor of Cavite, the first time in 1949 and the second in 1952, during the...

DOMINADOR M. CAMERINO (1946 – 1954)

The life of Dominador M. Camerino, the first governor of Cavite during the Third Republic, was story of success through persistence. His meager formal...

DOMINADOR M. CAMERINO (1944 – 1945)

DOMINADOR M. CAMERINO was governor of Cavite under the Second Republic for less the four months, November 1944 to February 3, 1945. he was...

MARIANO N. CASTAÑEDA, (1944, 1945)

Much against his will, Mariano Castañeda, Sr. was appointed governor of Cavite on May 2, 1944. He had been previously offered choice jobs: labor...

LUIS Y. FERRER, JR. (1940 – 1944)

LUIS A. FERRER, JR., the second in the family to become governor of Cavite – the elder Ferrer having been governor from 1919 to...

EMILIO P. VIRATA (1890 – ? )

FORMER Representative Emilio P. Virata, the author of the changing the name of San Francisco de Malabon to General Trias, was designated acting governor...

RAMON SAMONTE (1935 – 1940)

RAMON SAMONTE was the first governor of Cavite under the Commonwealth government. He rose to the position of chief executive of the province step...

PEDRO F. ESPIRITU (1931 – 1934)

PEDRO F. ESPIRITU, the ninth governor of Cavite, was for 14 years 1921 through 1935, the pillar of the opposition in Cavite politics. A...