Clyde Tingley born in London, Ohio
Clyde moves to Albuquerque
Clyde services as Alderman on the Albuquerque City Council.
Clyde is elected to the City Commission
Elected Chairman of City Commission, the equivalent of mayor. Holds this office until 1935.
Serves as the Albuquerque Superintendent of the New Mexico State Highway Department. He also serves as a delegate to the 1928, 1932, and 1936 Democratic National Conventions.
Elected Governor by popular vote
Reelected Governor for a second term
Serves again as Chairman of City Commission
Clyde Tingley passes away and is buried in Albuquerque.