The Lieutenant Governor of Georgia is elected by the citizens of Georgia.
Yes, he was the 76th Governor of Georgia.
Sophia Quartucci is the governor of Georgia.
The King of England appointed the first governor of Georgia. After Georgia was admitted into the Union, following the Revolution, Georgia people elected a governor.
Ambrosius of Georgia was born in 1861.
Herman Talmadge was the governor of Georgia in 1953. Talmadge served as governor of Georgia from November 17, 1948 to January 11, 1955.
Ellis Arnall was the governor of Georgia in 1944. Arnall served as governor of Georgia from January 12, 1943 to January 14, 1947.
The current Lieutenant Governor of Georgia is Casey Cagle. Cagle assumed office as Lieutenant Governor of Georgia on January 8, 2007.
He was the 80th Governor of Georgia serving from 1999 to 2003.
Jimmy Carter was Governor of Georgia from 1971 to 1975
the people of Georgia.
Georgia seceded on January 19, 1861.
The term of the Governor of Georgia is four years, renewable once.
The governor of Georgia in 1970 was Lester Maddox who was in office from 1967 to 1971 .
There is no Mayor of the state of Georgia, Georgia is a State not a City, States have governors, if you meant governor, there governor is Nathan Deal
Georgia ratified the United States Constitution as the fourth state in 1788. In 1861 Georgia declared a secession from the Union in 1861 and was the last state restored in 1870.
No. He was never governor of Georgia , nor of any state or colony,
from england with either a royal governor or lieutenant governor in georgia
The head of the executive branch in Georgia is the state's governor. As of July 2014, Nathan Deal is the Governor of Georgia.
Joseph Trumbull - governor - died in 1861.
John Clark - Georgia governor - died in 1832.
John Clark - Georgia governor - was born in 1766.
The current Governor of Georgia is Nathan Deal (R). Deal assumed office as the 82nd Governor of Georgia on January 10, 2011. His current term expires in 2015.
Edward Clark who was Houston's Lieutenant Governor.
Edward John Eyre was governor on several occasions, in different countries. He was Lieutenant Governor of New Zealand from 1846 to 1853; and of St. Vincent, in the West Indies from 1854 to 1860. He served as acting Governor of the Leeward Islands from 1860 to 1861, and Governor of Jamaica from 1861 to 1864.