This is the list of presidents of Lazio since 1970.

Presidents elected by the Regional Council (1970–1995)

Name Term of office Political party Legislature
1 Girolamo Mechelli 1 September 1970 17 January 1972 DC I (1970)
2 Luigi Cipriani 17 January 1972 23 October 1973 DC
3 Rinaldo Santini 23 October 1973 22 September 1975 DC
4 Roberto Palleschi 22 September 1975 23 March 1976 PSI II (1975)
5 Maurizio Ferrara 23 March 1976 5 August 1977 PCI
6 Giulio Santarelli 5 August 1977 8 August 1980 PSI
8 August 1980 24 March 1983 III (1980)
7 Bruno Landi 24 March 1983 18 April 1984 PSI
8 Gabriele Panizzi 18 April 1984 31 July 1985 PSI
9 Sebastiano Montali 31 July 1985 17 May 1987 PSI IV (1985)
(7) Bruno Landi 17 May 1987 27 July 1990 PSI
10 Rodolfo Gigli 27 July 1990 5 August 1992 DC V (1990)
11 Giorgio Pasetto 5 August 1992 21 February 1994 DC
12 Carlo Proietti 21 February 1994 18 January 1995 PSI
13 Arturo Osio 18 January 1995 19 May 1995 FdV


Directly-elected presidents (since 1995)

N. Portrait President Term of office Tenure
(Years and days)
Party Composition Legislature
14
Piero Badaloni
(1946– )
19 May
1995
12 May
2000
4 years, 359 days Independent/
The Democrats
The Olive Tree
PDSPRCPPIFdVPRI
VI
(1995)
15
Francesco Storace
(1959– )
12 May
2000
2 May
2005
4 years, 355 days National Alliance House of Freedoms
ANFICCDCDU
VII
(2000)
16
Piero Marrazzo
(1958– )
2 May
2005
27 October
2009[a]
4 years, 178 days Independent/
Democratic Party
The Union
Ulivo/PDPRCFdVPdCIUDEURIdV
VIII
(2005)
17
Renata Polverini
(1962– )
16 April
2010
12 March
2013[b]
2 years, 330 days The People of Freedom LPPdLUdCLD IX
(2010)
18
Nicola Zingaretti
(1965– )
12 March
2013
19 March
2018
9 years, 28 days Democratic Party Italy. Common Good
PDSELPSICD
X
(2013)
19 March
2018
Incumbent PDLeU+EuCSM5S[c] XI
(2018)
Notes
  1. ^ Resigned after a sex scandal. His deputy Esterino Montino (PD) held the office till a new regional election was called.
  2. ^ Resigned on 27 September 2012 after a corruption scandal. She remained in office as acting President till a new regional election was called.
  3. ^ Since 2021.