6, 2016 photo shows former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa during his wedding to Patricia Govea at a private ceremony and reception in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Villaraigosa, a potential candidate for governor, tied the knot with Govea in a ceremony in central Mexico, with about 100 friends and family in attendance.
In 2005, he ran for mayor again in a rematch against Hahn and won.
During his tenure as mayor, he gained national attention for his work and was featured in Time's story on the country's 25 most influential Latinos.
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(Robert Durell / Los Angeles Times) Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa acknowledged he's in a relationship with Telemundo TV news anchorwoman Mirthala Salinas (above, left).
A third-generation American on his mother’s side, his grandfather immigrated from Mexico early in the 20th century.
2005: Newly-elected Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on one of the city’s beaches.
As mayor, Villaraigosa aggressively promoted tourism while vigorously defending the region’s environment and quality of life.
Villaraigosa didn't talk about who she is or how they met.
At the Town Hall event at downtown's City Club, Villaraigosa didn't discourage speculation that he is running for governor and just waiting for the right time to make it official. He has been traveling the state on talking tours and having stories done about him testing the political waters.