University of the Republic.
Journalist and magistrate, 1898. First secretary of the Uruguayan Legation to the United States and Mexico, 1901. Legislator 1905; member of a special Embassy to Brazil, 1917.
President of the National Council of Administration, 1925-1927.
Ambassador (on special mission) to Great Britain to return the visit of the Prince of Wales, 1928. Uruguayan delegate to the Seventh Pan-American Conference of Montevideo, 1933.
Member of the National Constituent Assembly, 1933— 1934. Founder of the dailies Louisiana Democracia and El Debate, of which latter he is also director
At various times president of the Board of Directors of the Nationalist Party.
Titular head of the Nationalist Party. Candidate of the same for the presidency of Uruguay on various occasions (notably 1926).
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His own political movement is known as Herrerismo. Many times he fought to become President without achieving lieutenant However, in 1958 he achieved a historic electoral triumph for his party, dying shortly after.
He was an advocate of Americanism and Nationalism, a traditionalist, his style was that of a typical caudillo, but in a more urban style.
Club Uruguay. Decorations: Grand Cross of the British Empire.
Married Margarita Uriarte. Children: Maria Hortensia.