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[Breaking news] Announcement of new corona infection of 62 people, the highest number ever ... 55 people were infected in Nagasaki City and 1 person died. Is it a large-scale cluster at the hospital?

 
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Mayor Nagasaki will hold a press conference from 4 pm on the 6th to explain the details.
 

On the 4th, 62 new coronavirus infections were found in Nagasaki prefecture.Of these, 55 people feel in Nagasaki City ... → Continue reading

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Mayor of Nagasaki

Mayor of Nagasaki(Nagasaki Shicho) isNagasaki OfPrefectural office locationIsNagasaki OfChiefIs.The current mayorTomihisa Tagami.

To date, two mayors have been victims of the shooting.

In addition,Tsutomu TagawaSince then, 5 people from outside the Nagasaki city area in a row[1]Is the mayor.

Election

代NameInauguration dateRetirement dateTerm of officeRemarks
FirstMasaharu KitaharaMay 1889, 22May 1895, 286former job:Tsushima IslandTsukasa, former position: Nagasaki Prefectural Secretary (formerlyAizu DomainMaster)
2Yokoyama ToraichiroMay 1895, 28May 1901, 3411 year and 8 monthsformer job:Nagasaki Prefectural AssemblyVice-chairman
3May 1901, 34May 1902, 35
4May 1902, 35May 1907, 40
5Kitagawa NobuyoriMay 1907, 40May 1913, 2 (Taisho 5)6former job:Nagasaki District CourtProsecutor
6SadakichiMay 1913, 2 (Taisho 8)May 1913, 2 (Taisho 9)28th (shortest)former job:Governor of Gifu Prefecture
The re-election of the assistant was blocked by non-political friends and members of the neutral group and resigned.
The term was less than a month.
7Yuichi TakasakiMay 1913, 2 (Taisho 12)May 1917, 6 (Taisho 12)8Former position: Nagasaki Prefectural Education Division Manager
8May 1918, 7 (Taisho 1)May 1922, 11 (Taisho 1)
9Kan NishikioriMay 1922, 11 (Taisho 11)May 1926, 15 (Taisho 11)4Former job:NiigataSecretary of the Interior
10Tominaga KoMarch 1927, 2 (Showa 3)March 1931, 6 (Showa 3)4former job:Nagasaki Governor
11Hideo KusamaMarch 1931, 6 (Showa 7)March 1934, 9 (Showa 3)2 year and 8 monthsFormer job:Ministry of FinanceMintChief (retired in 1929 (Showa 4))
12Koichiro SasaiMarch 1934, 9 (Showa 5)March 1938, 13 (Showa 5)4Former job:Governor of Ehime Prefecture
13Zensuke AokiMarch 1938, 13 (Showa 8)March 1940, 15 (Showa 3)1 year and 7 monthsPrevious job: Nagasaki City Assistant
14Jiro InoMarch 1940, 15 (Showa 7)March 1941, 16 (Showa 5)10 monthsformer job:Tokyo cityAssistant
15Toshikichi OkadaMarch 1941, 16 (Showa 10)March 1945, 20 (Showa 10)5former job:Mitsubishi Nagasaki ShipyardDeputy chief, first private sector.
Atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki cityMayor of the time.
16March 1945, 20 (Showa 10)March 1946, 21 (Showa 10)

Public election

代NameInauguration dateRetirement dateTerm of officeRemarks
17Hiroshi OhashiMarch 1947, 22 (Showa 4)March 1951, 26 (Showa 4)4Previous position: Deputy Director of Mitsubishi Nagasaki Steel Works
18Tsutomu TagawaMarch 1951, 26 (Showa 4)March 1955, 30 (Showa 4)16 years (longest)Lawyer
19March 1955, 30 (Showa 5)March 1959, 34 (Showa 5)
20March 1959, 34 (Showa 5)March 1963, 38 (Showa 5)
21March 1963, 38 (Showa 5)March 1967, 42 (Showa 5)
22Yoshitake MoroyaMarch 1967, 42 (Showa 5)March 1971, 46 (Showa 5)12Previous position: Nagasaki Prefectural Assembly member
23March 1971, 46 (Showa 5)March 1975, 50 (Showa 5)
24March 1975, 50 (Showa 5)March 1979, 54 (Showa 5)
25Main island, etc.March 1979, 54 (Showa 5)March 1983, 58 (Showa 5)16 years (longest)Previous position: Nagasaki Prefectural Assembly member
26March 1983, 58 (Showa 5)March 1987, 62 (Showa 5)
27March 1987, 62 (Showa 5)1991 (Heisei 3)/5/1
281991 (Heisei 3)/5/21995 (Heisei 7)/5/1
29Ito Chief1995 (Heisei 7)/5/21999 (Heisei 11)/5/112Previous position: Nagasaki Prefectural Assembly member
Died while in office[2]
301999 (Heisei 11)/5/22003 (Heisei 15)/5/1
312003 (Heisei 15)/5/22007 (Heisei 19)/4/18
32Tomihisa Tagami2007 (Heisei 19)/4/222011 (Heisei 23)/4/2113[3]Previous job: Nagasaki City employee
332011 (Heisei 23)/4/242015 (Heisei 27)/4/23
342015 (Heisei 27)/4/262019 (Heisei 31)/4/25
352019 (Heisei 31)/4/26Incumbent

election

TimesVoting dayWinnerNumber of votes obtainedOther candidatesNumber of votersVoter turnout
1December, 1947 (Showa 22) 05 daysHiroshi Ohashi032,122Ichiro Kanno 14,278 Kasaburo Imaizumi 9,984096,29365.61%
2March 1951, 26 (Showa 4)Tsutomu Tagawa045,599Yoshi Kiharazu 38,586 Hiroshi Ohashi 23,148131,06386.70%
3March 1955, 30 (Showa 4)074,488Kato Nishiki 43,419 Hachiro Tsubouchi6,057160,43678.80%
4March 1959, 34 (Showa 4)113,952Yutaka Miyajima 16,639 Kiyozo Ogushi 11,005182,31279.91%
5March 1963, 38 (Showa 4)063,013Mitsuyuki Matsumoto 52,287 Tetsuo Matsuo 48,885222,60375.60%
6March 1967, 42 (Showa 4)Yoshitake Moroya083,774Masatake Suzuda 78,348 Ichi Miyamoto 9,882236,95774.94%
7March 1971, 46 (Showa 4)116,173Tokugoro Araki 53,051 Tsugio Yoshida 22,552268,37273.76%
8March 1975, 50 (Showa 4)107,103Kunito Abe 52,029 Natsuo Iwaguchi 49,069 Masao Mori 10,978293,11576.49%
9March 1979, 54 (Showa 4)Main island, etc.116,474Yoshitake Morotani 98,973 Takao Fukamachi 12,840298,09678.27%
10March 1983, 58 (Showa 4)133,368Natsuo Iwaguchi 86,464 Tatsuya Kawaguchi 12,969237,59277.07%
11March 1987, 62 (Showa 4)082,814Masakazu Miyakawa 62,015 Shigemitsu Nakamura 49,575 Shiwakushiro 38,485 Tatsuya Kawaguchi 6,491315,03276.79%
121991 (Heisei03 years) April 4117,392Masakazu Miyakawa 109,637 Minoru Yamaguchi 752 Seishiro Wakashima 415320,93971.98%
131995 (Heisei07 years) April 4Ito Chief105,670Hitoshi Motoshima 60,897 Goro Asada 33,867 Joji Chino 19,541 Seishiro Wakashima 325327,56067.91%
141999 (Heisei 11)/4/25140,142Atsushi Gonuki 65,318328,97963.67%
152003 (Heisei 15)/4/27114,165Hirohisa Yoshitomi 50,920 Satoru Ishikawa 13,528 Koroku Hanaoka 6,253 Kazumi Wakashima 1,017330,51657.63%
16[4]2007 (Heisei 19)/4/22Tomihisa Tagami078,006Makoto Yokoo 77,113 Seiichi Yamamoto 19,189 Tomoko Maekawa 8,321.648 Etsuko Maekawa 2,677.344364,18155.14%
172011 (Heisei 23)/4/24150,842Masahide Ota 26,316 Go Nakata 12,762360,16453.28%
18April 2015, 27 (Notification)
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Tomihisa Taue was elected without a vote because there was no notification other than his current position.
This is the first non-voting election in the Mayor of Nagasaki election after the war.
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192019 (Heisei 31)/4/21086,319Tsuyoshi Hashimoto 54,136 Gen Takahira 19,239 Hirohisa Yoshitomi 4,207350,39547.33%

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  1. ^ Ito ChiefIs the fabric (currentYamaguchi Nagato City) Moved to Nagasaki City as a child.Officially, he was from Nagasaki City.
  2. ^ Unified local electionsDuring the mayoral election, which was held as part of the election and Ito himself was running for2007May 4,Nagasaki StationSnipered in the vicinity and died on the following 18th (Nagasaki mayor shooting dead).From the 18th of the same month to the 22nd of the ballot counting day of the mayoral election, the mayor was absent at that time.vice-mayorSusumu Uchida was acting as the mayor's deputy.Mayoral election until 19 pm on the 5thCandidate for replenishmentOn the 22nd of the same month, the ballot counting was done as originally planned, and Taue, who ran as a supplementary candidate, was elected.
  3. ^ As of June 2020 (2nd year of Reiwa)
  4. ^ Incumbent during the electionIto Chief Nagasaki mayor shooting deadDied due toTomihisa TagamiAnd Makoto Yokoo (son-in-law of Ito) are candidates for supplementation.

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