Who was the Governor of California in 1980?
Jerry Brown (born April 7, 1938 in San Francisco, California) succeeded Ronald Reagan as the thirty-fourth Governor of California, serving between January 6, 1975 and January 3, 1983, including the whole of 1980.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger The current Governor of California is Jerry Brown. He was the 34th and is now the 39th governor of California. He is the only governor to serve twice as a California Governor. He was first elected in 1975 and he served until 1983. He was recently elected Governor of California again in 2011.
As the first day of the term of a Governor of the State of California begins on the first Monday after January 1 after their election, the end of the term for a sitting Governor of California (that is not serving another term) is the end of the first Sunday after January 1 after the election where a new Governor is chosen. Use the link below to learn more about the office of the Governor…