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Mayor of Osaka

Mayor of Osaka(Mamayor of Osaka)Osaka OfChiefBarrelSpecial occupation OfLocal civil servant.

History

1889 (Meiji 22), although the city of Osaka was established, the city hall was not set up as a special case in both Tokyo and Kyoto, and the prefectural governor took over as the mayor.CouncilAnd the city council was also attended by the prefectural governor instead of the mayor (Municipal system exception).

1898 , The government is in Tokyo, Osaka, KyotoMunicipal system exceptionWith the abolition and the establishment of the city hall, the mayor will also be elected.Being a person suitable for Osaka,Sumitomo YoshizaemonThere was a group who recommended to the candidate,1898 May 10To the first mayorSouth wardMerchantTamura TaheeWill take office.The term of office is 6 years.

After that, the mayor was decided by a vote of the city council members at the Osaka City Council,After World War II Of1947 OctoberBecame a public election system and became the first publicly elected mayorHiroo KondoWill take office.After that, the term of office of the mayor is four years.1963 から2007 Up to 5 generations (Nakama Kaoru,Yasushi Oshima,Masaya Nishio,Takafumi Isomura,Junichi Seki) Consecutive assistants to the incumbent mayor (after April 2007, 4)vice-mayor) Was appointed as the next mayor (Nakai changed from a company manager). In 2007Every day broadcastingFormer announcerKunio HiramatsuWas appointed Mayor of Osaka, and this line was cut off.

The current Mayor of Osaka is the 21st generation (11th generation in the public election system)Ichiro Matsui.

List

NameInaugurationLeave officeTerm of officeRemarks
1Tamura Tahee1898 May 101901 May 8Not expiredThe first mayor of Osaka.
2Sadakichi Tsuruhara1901 May 81905 May 7Not expired
3Yamashita Shigetake1905 May 121909 May 12Not expired
4Shunpei Uemura1910 May 81912 May 7Not expired
5Kimotsuki Kaneyuki1913 May 11913 May 8Not expired
6Shiro Ikegami1913 May 101923 May 11
7One1923 May 111935 May 1Died during his tenure,Great Osaka eraAchieved the heyday, the grandfather of the 17th Mayor Junichi Seki.
8Takeo Kagami1935 May 21936 May 7
9Sakama Muneji1936 May 71945 May 8
10Mitsuji Nakai1945 May 91946 May 12
11Hiroo Kondo1947 May 41951 May 41 periodThe first mayor of Osaka.
12Mitsuji Nakai1951 May 41963 May 33 period
13Nakama Kaoru1963 May 41971 May 113 periodDied during his tenure.
14Yasushi Oshima1971 May 121987 May 124 period
15Masaya Nishio1987 May 121995 May 122 period
16Takafumi Isomura1995 May 122003 May 122 period
17Junichi Seki2003 May 122005 May 102 periodThe grandson of the 7th mayor, Hajime Seki, resigned on October 2005, 10, and will be re-elected.
(Duty agent)(Masayuki Igoshi)2005 May 102005 May 11Assistant.Acting for duties due to Junichi Seki's resignation.
-Junichi Seki2005 May 112007 May 12-With his resignation,2005 May 11The term of office is one term because he was elected to re-execute.
18Kunio Hiramatsu2007 May 122011 May 121 periodBorn after the war, the first person from a private company.
19Tohashi Hashishita2011 May 122014 May 22 periodThe 17th Governor of Osaka Prefecture.First as a mayor of an ordinance-designated cityPrefectural governorFrom.
The city council disagreed with his resignation, and after automatically losing his job on February 2014, 2, he was re-elected.
(Duty agent)(Ryuichi Murakami)2014 May 22014 May 3-Deputy Mayor.Acting for duties due to Toru Hashimoto's resignation.
-Tohashi Hashishita2014 May 32015 May 12 -With his resignation,2014 May 3The term of office is one term because he was elected to re-execute.
20Yoshimura Hirofumi2015 May 122019 May 31 periodThe first person from the Osaka City Council.Former member of the House of Representatives. March 2019, 32019 Osaka Governor ElectionAutomatic job loss due to candidacy.
(Duty agent)(Kiyotake Tanaka)2019 May 32019 May 4-Deputy Mayor.Hirofumi Yoshimura2019 Osaka Governor ElectionDeputy job due to automatic job loss due to candidacy.
21Ichiro Matsui2019 May 4Incumbent1 period The 18th and 19th governors of Osaka Prefecture.

Election results

22 times

*Number of voters on the day: 2,189,852 Final voting rate: 52.7% (vs. +2.19pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Ichiro Matsui55Osaka Restoration Society660,819 vote58.1%
Akira Yanagimoto45Independent476,351 vote41.9%(Recommended)LDP-Komeito
(stand by)National Democratic Party
("Voluntary support")Constitutional Democratic Party-Japan Communist Party

21 times

*Number of voters on the day: 2,127,593 Final voting rate: 50.51% (vs. +26.92pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Yoshimura Hirofumi40Osaka Restoration Society596,045 vote56.42%stand by:Next generation,Fine
Akira Yanagimoto41Independent406,595 vote38.49%Recommendation:LDP support:民主,Communist
Nobuzo Nakagawa59Independent35,019 vote3.31%
Hidenao Takao33Independent18,807 vote1.78%

20 times

*Number of voters on the day: 2,114,978 Final voting rate: 23.59% (vs. -37.33pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Tohashi Hashishita44Osaka Restoration Society377,472 vote87.51%Recommendation:Japan Restoration Party
Toshihisa Fujishima51Independent24,004 vote5.56%
Mac Akasaka65Smile party18,618 vote4.32%
Shigeo Ninomiya37Independent11,273 vote2.61%

19 times

*Number of voters on the day: 2,104,977 Final voting rate: 60.92% (vs. +17.31pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Tohashi Hashishita42Osaka Restoration Society750,813 vote58.96%
Kunio Hiramatsu63IndependentNow522,641 vote41.04%Support: Liberal Democratic Osaka Prefectural Federation Support: Democratic Osaka Prefectural Federation, Communism

18 times

*Number of voters on the day: 2,073,215 Final voting rate: 43.61% (vs. +9.69pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Kunio Hiramatsu59Independent367,058 vote40.98%Recommendation: Democracy,National new stand by:Corporate citizen
Junichi Seki72IndependentNow317,429 vote35.44%Recommendation: Liberal Democratic Party, Komeito
Jyo Himeno72Independent113,201 vote12.64%Recommendation: Communist
Hashizume Shinya46Independent89,843 vote10.03%
Hyogo Fujii31Independent8,199 vote0.92%

17 times

*Number of voters on the day: 2,060,849 Final voting rate: 33.92% (vs. +0.61pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Junichi Seki70Independent278,914 vote40.98%
Megumu Tsuji57Independent189,193 vote27.79%
Jyo Himeno70Independent165,874 vote24.37%
Koji Matsushita33Independent46,709 vote6.86%

16 times

*Number of voters on the day: 2,045,970 Final voting rate: 33.31% (vs. -0.24pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Junichi Seki68Independent368,433 vote55.53%
Takeshi Watanabe66Independent195,682 vote29.50%
Nobuzo Nakagawa48Independent43,494 vote6.56%
Hideyoshi Hashiba54Independent32,126 vote4.84%
Hidezumi Kotani25Independent23,696 vote3.57%

15 times

*Number of voters on the day: 2,011,564 Final voting rate: 33.55% (vs. +5.10pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Takafumi Isomura68IndependentNow433,469 vote65.32%
Kenji Inoue57Independent203,599 vote30.68%
Koji Matsushita27Independent26,507 vote3.99%

14 times

*Number of voters on the day: 1,991,452 Final voting rate: 28.45% (vs. +5.81pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Takafumi Isomura65Independent351,382 vote63.41%
Kenji Inoue53Independent187,442 vote33.83%
Shintomizo64Independent15,320 vote2.76%

13 times

*Number of voters on the day: 1,953,318 Final voting rate: 34.26% (vs. -8.69pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Masaya Nishio65IndependentNow452,594 vote68.38%
Nobuyo Fujinaga51Independent145,095 vote21.92%
Mori consistent48Independent49,586 vote7.49%
Hiroshi Inagaki47Independent12,797 vote1.93%
Koichi Hyodo37Asian Independence Party1,825 vote0.28%

12 times

*Number of voters on the day: 1,916,369 Final voting rate: 42.95% (vs. +5.35pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Masaya Nishio61Independent400,367 vote48.98%
Hiroki Nakama51Independent243,091 vote29.74%
Hiroshi Saito42Independent170,573 vote20.87%
Takeshi Honda46Independent2,412 vote0.30%
Takaaki Tachibana55Asian Independence Party946 vote0.12%

11 times

*Number of voters on the day: 1,851,096 Final voting rate: 37.60% (vs. -2.07pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Yasushi Oshima68IndependentNow493,356 vote71.35%
Hiroshi Saito38Independent198,112 vote28.65%

10 times

*Number of voters on the day: 1,863,179 Final voting rate: 39.67% (vs. -3.67pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Yasushi Oshima64IndependentNow479,883 vote65.32%
Yoshimasa Shingu55Independent254,738 vote34.68%

9 times

*Number of voters on the day: 1,940,374 Final voting rate: 43.34% (vs. +8.49pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Yasushi Oshima60IndependentNow609,257 vote73.04%
Yoshiro Hikita50Japan Communist Party216,831 vote25.99%
Takada cancer45Anti-Community National Tour Party8,057 vote0.97%

8 times

*Number of voters on the day: 2,043,674 Final voting rate: 34.85% (vs. -26.71pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Yasushi Oshima56Independent458,715 vote65.24%
Hashimoto Atsushi43Independent229,959 vote32.71%
Yoshisaburo Fujii73Independent6,886 vote0.98%
Zenshiro Yokota42Independent4,506 vote0.64%
Katsura Shintani56Independent3,043 vote0.43%

7 times

*Number of voters on the day: 2,055,700 Final voting rate: 61.56% (vs. +3.89pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Nakama Kaoru66IndependentNow1,013,503 vote82.34%
Yoshiro Hikita46Japan Communist Party217,439 vote17.66%
Hiraga Goo64IndependentDecline vote%

6 times

*Number of voters on the day: 2,026,429 Final voting rate: 57.67% (vs. -10.47pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Nakama Kaoru62IndependentNow977,117 vote87.30%
Hidetake Kuwahara55Japan Communist Party142,192 vote12.70%

5 times

*Number of voters on the day: 1,853,596 Final voting rate: 68.14% (vs. +1.41pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Nakama Kaoru58Independent678,569 vote56.38%
Shunjiro Wada60Independent524,895 vote43.62%

4 times

*Number of voters on the day: 1,586,581 Final voting rate: 66.73% (vs. +5.81pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Mitsuji Nakai66IndependentNow636,900 vote62.39%
Nakama Kaoru54Independent369,662 vote36.21%
Tatsuo Kunda47Osaka Regional Government Revitalization Federation14,349 vote1.41%
Saburo Imai51IndependentDecline vote%

3 times

*Number of voters on the day: 1,403,696 Final voting rate: 60.92% (vs. -11.06pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Mitsuji Nakai62IndependentNow696,503 vote85.17%
Masao Hashimoto41Independent70,669 vote8.64%
Fujimoto Toichiro53Independent27,085 vote3.31%
Masaaki Watanabe49Independent23,549 vote2.88%

2 times

*Number of voters on the day: 1,086,962 Final voting rate: 71.98% (vs. +22.06pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Mitsuji Nakai58Democratic Party389,986 vote52.02%
Masakazu Morishita56Japanese Socialist Party359,706 vote47.98%

1 times

*Number of voters on the day: 819,286 Final voter turnout: 49.92% (vs. last time: pts)

Candidate nameageAffiliated partyOld and newNumber of votes obtainedVoting rateRecommendation/support
Hiroo Kondo62Japanese Socialist Party162,572 vote45.59%
Kuichi Ochiai61Democratic Party142,931 vote40.08%
Iwai Iwai56Japan Communist Party23,759 vote6.66%
Minoru Yamamoto31Party leader, Holy Three Colors Headquarters23,592 vote6.62%
Hachiro Hirose68Democratic Party3,720 vote1.04%

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References

  • "History of 1979 Years of Osaka Municipal Administration" Published by Osaka City General Affairs Bureau 235 p.224-p.XNUMX
  • "Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau Centennial History (Material)" Published by Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau 2005 p.285-286
  • "History of Osaka City" (Osaka City History Compilation Center, April 1999) Sogensha ISBN 4422201387

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List of Governor of Osaka Prefecture

List of Governor of Osaka Prefecture(Osaka Fuchiji Ichiran)OsakaSuccessive generationsGovernorIt is a list of.

From 1868 to 1947, 35 government-elected governors in their 33s and 5 prefectural governors, handling and deputies were appointed, and from 1947 to the present, 20 publicly elected governors in their 10s and 3 deputies. Has been inaugurated.

Incumbent from April 2019, 4Yoshimura Hirofumi(1st term).

Governor

Governor of Osaka Prefecture (government election)
NameTermCountry / prefecture of originRemarks
1Tadashi DaigoMarch 1868, 5-March 2, 1868京都 
 Shojiro Goto
Komatsu Belt Sword
March 1868, 5-March 23, 1870Tosukuni
Satsuma country 
Prefectural management
2Shojiro GotoMarch 1868, 7-March 12, 1870Tosukuni 
HandlingYuriMarch 1870, 2-March 4, 1870Echizen country 
3Nishiyotsuji Public BusinessMarch 1870, 2-March 18, 1872京都 
 Noboru WatanabeMarch 1872, 11-March 22, 1877Hizen countryGovernor
4Noboru WatanabeMarch 1877, 1-March 12, 1880Hizen countryPromoted from Governor
5Ryozo TatenoMarch 1880, 5-March 4, 1889Buzen Country 
6Nishimura SutezoMarch 1889, 3-March 16, 1891Omi country 
7Yamada NobumichiMarch 1891, 6-March 15, 1895Higo country 
8Utsumi TadakatsuMarch 1895, 10-March 10, 1897Suo 
9Tokito TamemotoMarch 1897, 11-March 13, 1898Satsuma country 
10Oki MamoruMarch 1898, 6-March 3, 1898Edo 
proxySaburo YoshiharaMarch 1898, 7-March 7, 1898KazusaClerk
11Kikuchi KanjiMarch 1898, 7-March 16, 1902KagaLeave
12Chikaaki TakasakiMarch 1902, 2-March 8, 1911Satsuma country 
13Katsutaro InuzukaMarch 1911, 9-March 4, 1912DewakuniLeave
14Toshitake OkuboMarch 1912, 12-March 30, 1917Satsuma countryToshimichi Okubo third son
15Hayashi CityMarch 1917, 12-March 17, 1920Higo country 
16Tokikazu IkematsuMarch 1920, 2-March 3, 1922Kagoshima 
17Kosai InoueMarch 1922, 10-March 16, 1923Gifu 
18Kahei TokiMarch 1923, 6-March 15, 1923Wakayama 
19Nozomu NakagawaMarch 1923, 9-March 29, 1927Miyagi 
20Harumichi TanabeMarch 1927, 5-March 17, 1928Yamanashi 
21Yuichiro RikiishiMarch 1928, 5-March 25, 1929Ehime 
22Zensaburo ShibataMarch 1929, 7-March 5, 1931Shizuoka 
23Munenori SaitoMarch 1931, 12-March 18, 1932Shizuoka 
24TanabataMarch 1932, 6-March 28, 1935Shizuoka 
25Eiji YasuiMarch 1935, 1-March 15, 1937Tokyo 
26Kiyoshi IkedaMarch 1937, 6-March 5, 1939Kagoshima 
27Kiyoshi HanaiMarch 1939, 9-March 5, 1941Okayama 
28Choji MinabeMarch 1941, 1-March 7, 1943Toyama 
29Kakichi KawaradaMarch 1943, 7-March 1, 1944Tokyo 
30Kiyoshi IkedaMarch 1944, 8-March 1, 1945KagoshimaReappointment
31Eiji YasuiMarch 1945, 4-March 21, 1945TokyoReappointment
32Zentaro AraiMarch 1945, 6-March 10, 1946Tochigi 
33Haruo MatsuiMarch 1946, 1-March 25, 1946Mie 
34Kotaro TanakaMarch 1946, 6-March 8, 1947Nara 
proxyMarch 1947, 2-March 21, 1947 Secretary of the Interior
35Taketsugu TakatsujiMarch 1947, 3-March 11, 1947Toyama 

Elected governor

periodNameInauguration dateBirth PlaceAlma materformer jobOfficial / Supporting Political Party
0101Bunzo Akama1947 (Showa 22)/4/12FukuokaTokyo Imperial University
Faculty of Law
Ministry of CommerceFuel BureauLiberal party
021951 (Showa 26)/5/2
031955 (Showa 30)/4/25
0402Yoshitoshi Sato1959 (Showa 34)/4/25MieKyoto Imperial University
Faculty of Letters Selection
Member of the House of Councilors
Secretary of Defense Agency[1]
LDP
051963 (Showa 38)/4/23
061967 (Showa 42)/4/23
0703Ryoichi Kuroda1971 (Showa 46)/4/23Osaka OsakaTohoku Imperial University
Osaka City University教授Independent (CompanyTotal
081975Independent (both)
0904Kishi Masaru1979 (Showa 54)/4/23OsakaTokyo Imperial University
Faculty of Law
Ministry of Home AffairsChief Cabinet SecretaryIndependent
101983
111987
1205Kazuo Nakagawa1991 (Heisei 3)/4/23KyotoTokyo University
Faculty of Law
Vice Governor of Osaka PrefectureIndependent
1306Yokoyama knock
(Isamu Yamada)
1995 (Heisei 7)/4/23HyogoKobe City
Member of the House of CouncilorsIndependent
141999 (Heisei 11)/4/23
proxy0-Yoshiki Kimura1999 (Heisei 11)/12/28Osaka IkedaKyoto University
Faculty of Law
Deputy Governor's administrative deputy
1507Fusae Ota
(Fusae Saito)
2000 (Heisei 12)/2/6HiroshimaTokyo University
Faculty of Economics
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Minister Cabinet Secretary
Independent (fromfrompublicpeople
162004 (Heisei 16)/2/6Independent (frompublicpeopleCorporate citizen
1708Tohashi Hashishita2008 (Heisei 20)/2/6TokyoWaseda University
Faculty of Political Economy
Lawyer,talentIndependent (Liberal Democratic Party)
proxy0-Yasuyuki Ogawa2011 (Heisei 23)/11/1OsakaKyoto University
Faculty of Engineering
Deputy Governor's administrative deputy
1809Ichiro Matsui2011 (Heisei 23)/11/28[2]Osaka Fukuoka Institute of Technology
Faculty of Engineering
Osaka Prefectural Assembly memberOsaka Restoration Society
192015 (Heisei 27)/11/27
proxy0-Hiroyuki Takeuchi2019 (Heisei 31)/3/24WakayamaKyoto UniversityGraduate Schools
Graduate School of Engineering
Deputy Governor's administrative deputy
20010Yoshimura Hirofumi2019 (Heisei 31)/4/8Osaka Kawachinagano CityKyushu University
Faculty of Law
Mayor of OsakaOsaka Restoration Society

Election results

TaiziIs the winner

1th (1947)

April 1947, 22 (Showa 4) (Voting rate: 5%)
Election reasons:

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
446,509
389,526
59,896
50,005
47.20%
41.18%
6.33%
5.29%
Bunzo Akama
Kazukiho
Shigeo Shida
Kozo Hayashi
Liberal party
Socialist Party
Communist party
Independent
Newcomer
Newcomer
Newcomer
Newcomer

2th (1951)

April 1951, 26 (Showa 4) (Voting rate: 30%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
884,919
636,744
20,714
57.38%
41.28%
1.34%
Bunzo Akama
Motojiro Sugiyama
Yamada Rokuzaemon
Liberal party
Socialist Party
Communist party
Incumbent
Newcomer
Newcomer

3th (1955)

April 1955, 30 (Showa 4) (Voting rate: 23%)
Election Reason: Retirement Petition

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
901,611
800,132
52.98%
47.02%
Bunzo Akama
Tadayoshi Obata
Liberal Party,Japan Democratic Party
Independent
Incumbent
Newcomer

4th (1959)

April 1959, 34 (Showa 4) (Voting rate: 23%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
1,004,575
989,151
50.39%
49.61%
Yoshitoshi Sato
Tadayoshi Obata
LDP
Independent
Newcomer
Newcomer

5th (1963)

April 1963, 38 (Showa 4) (Voting rate: 17%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
1,292,939
1,049,910
57,920
19,040
53.43%
43.39%
2.39%
0.79%
Yoshitoshi Sato
Tadayoshi Obata
Masato Morishita
Yoshisaburo Fujii
LDP
Independent
Independent
Independent
Incumbent
Newcomer
Newcomer
Newcomer

6th (1967)

April 1967, 42 (Showa 4) (Voting rate: 15%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
1,667,551
339,902
260,661
35,872
72.38%
14.75%
11.31%
1.56%
Yoshitoshi Sato
Masato Sugawara
Hiroshi Murakami
Yoshisaburo Fujii
LDP
Independent
Communist party
Independent
Incumbent
Newcomer
Newcomer
Newcomer

7th (1971)

April 1971, 46 (Showa 4) (Voting rate: 11%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
1,558,170
1,533,263
39,248
49.77%
48.98%
1.25%
Ryoichi Kuroda
Yoshitoshi Sato
Yoshisaburo Fujii
Independent (society, communism)
LDP
Independent
Newcomer
Incumbent
Newcomer

8th (1975)

April 1975, 50 (Showa 4) (Voting rate: 13%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
1,494,040
1,043,702
947,664
21,810
16,703
12,597
7,558
3,900
2,262
42.08%
29.40%
26.69%
0.62%
0.47%
0.36%
0.21%
0.11%
0.06%
Ryoichi Kuroda
Hiroshi Yukawa
Masami Takeuchi
Masato Morishita
Toshio Ueda
Iwao Takada
Takayuki Tsujita
Tsujita Tsune
Takeshi Yasugi
Independent (communist)
Independent (Liberal Democratic Party)
Independent (society, public, private company)
Independent
Independent
Anti-Community National Tour Party
Independent
Independent
Independent
Incumbent
Newcomer
Newcomer
Newcomer
Newcomer
Newcomer
Newcomer
Newcomer
Newcomer

9th (1979)

April 1979, 54 (Showa 4) (Voting rate: 8%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
1,792,856
1,671,812
22,857
51.41%
47.94%
0.65%
Kishi Masaru
Ryoichi Kuroda
Tomio Ueno
Independent
Independent (communist)
Independent
Newcomer
Incumbent
Newcomer

10th (1983)

April 1983, 58 (Showa 4) (Voting rate: 10%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
2,173,263
1,250,374
24,718
63.02%
36.26%
0.72%
Kishi Masaru
Tokuji Kameda
Nobuaki Egashira
Independent
Independent
Independent
Incumbent
Newcomer
Newcomer

11th (1987)

April 1987, 62 (Showa 4) (Voting rate: 12%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
2,224,379
1,112,660
66.66%
33.34%
Kishi Masaru
Tetsuya Kakuhashi
Independent
Independent
Incumbent
Newcomer

12th (1991)

April 1991, 3 (turnout: 4%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
2,064,708
964,554
68.16%
31.84%
Kazuo Nakagawa
Tetsuya Kakuhashi
Independent
Independent
Newcomer
Newcomer

13th (1995)

April 1995, 7 (turnout: 4%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
1,625,256
1,147,416
570,869
21,356
4,548
48.24%
34.05%
16.94%
0.63%
0.14%
Yokoyama knock
Takuya Hirano
Kobayashi Tsutomu
Hideo Shibatani
Takaaki Tachibana
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Asian Independence Party
Newcomer
Newcomer
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14th (1999)

April 1999, 11 (turnout: 4%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
2,350,959
920,432
80,161
25,823
25,311
19,603
18,834
18,385
16,351
67.64%
26.48%
2.31%
0.74%
0.73%
0.56%
0.54%
0.53%
0.47%
Yokoyama knock
Makoto Ajisaka
Minako Fujiki
Seiichi Kato
Kenichi Ueno
Yasuo Yamaguchi
Toshio Nakano
Yoshihiko Kawamura
Masayuki Sakamoto
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
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15th (2000)

April 2000, 12 (turnout: 2%)
Election Reason: Governor Knock Yokoyama Resigns

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
1,380,583
1,020,483
574,821
26,781
45.98%
33.99%
19.14%
0.89%
Fusae Ota
Makoto Ajisaka
Tatsuto Hiraoka
Hashiba Seizo Hidekichi
Independent (Liberal Democratic Party, Democratic Party, Komeito, Freedom)
Independent (communist)
Independent (Liberal Democratic Party)
Independent
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16th (2004)

April 2004, 16 (turnout: 2%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
1,558,626
670,717
505,167
25,851
13,885
56.18%
24.18%
18.21%
0.93%
0.50%
Fusae Ota
Mengiki Emoto

Hiroaki Koyama
Shigezo Nishimura
Independent (Liberal Democratic Party, Democratic Party, Komeito, Social Democratic Party)
Independent
Independent (communist)[3]
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17th (2008)

April 2008, 20 (turnout: 1%)
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
1,832,857
999,082
518,563
22,154
20,161
54.0%
29.4%
15.3%
0.7%
0.6%
Tohashi Hashishita
Sadatoshi Kumagai
Shoji Umeda
Masaaki Takahashi
Kiyoshi Sugiura
Independent (Liberal Democratic Party)[4]
Independent (Democratic, Social Democratic, People's New Party)
Independent (communist)[4]
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18th (2011)

April 2011, 23 (turnout: 11%)
Election reason: Governor Toru Hashimoto resigns

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePolitical party (recommendation / support)Governor history
2,006,195
1,201,034

357,159
29,487
27,809
22,347
21,479
54.7%
32.8%

9.7%
0.8%
0.8%
0.6%
0.6%
Ichiro Matsui
Kaoru Kurata

Shoji Umeda
Osamu Kishida
Masaaki Takahashi
Masaru Nakamura
Mac Akasaka
Osaka Restoration Society
Municipal Union and Amt Association
(Democratic Federation, Liberal Democratic Federation)
Independent (communist)
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19th (2015)

2015 (Heisei 27)/11/22
Election grounds: Term expired

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
2,025,387
1,051,174
84,762
64.1%
33.3%
2.7%
Ichiro Matsui
Takako Kurihara
Yukinori Mima
Osaka Restoration Society
Independent (Liberal Democratic Party)
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20th (2019)

2019 (Heisei 31)/4/7
Election reasons:2019 May 3, Submitted a resignation request to resign from the prefectural governor on the 20th of the same month.At the prefectural assembly on the 15th of the same month, the prefectural assembly disagreed, and the announcement was made on the 24th of the same month.2019 Osaka Mayoral ElectionI was automatically unemployed because I ran for.

CommentNumber of votes obtainedVoting ratecandidatePartisan (recommended)Governor history
2,266,103
1,254,200
64.4%
35.6%
Yoshimura Hirofumi
Tadakazu Konishi
Osaka Restoration Society
Independent (Liberal Democratic Party / Komeito Ren)
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footnote

  1. ^ At the time when the Osaka Governor's election was announced in 34, SatoSecond Kishi CabinetHe was an incumbent minister who served as the Minister of Defense's Secretary of Defense, but both the minister and members of the House of Councilors have resigned to run for the governor's election.
  2. ^ 平成23年(2011年)11月28日大阪府選挙管理委員会告示第176号「平成23年11月27日執行の大阪府知事選挙における当選人の決定」:『大阪府公報』 平成23年(2011年)11月30日 第3510号
  3. ^ XinsheSupports Shoji Umeda.
  4. ^ a b Komei Osaka Prefecture Headquarters supports Toru Hashimoto, and the new company supports Shoji Umeda.

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