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Buffalo mayoral election, 1989

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Buffalo mayoral election, 1989
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← 1985 November 4, 1989 (1989-11-04) 1993 →
 
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Nominee Jimmy Griffin Wilbur Trammell William Hoyt
Party Democratic Independent Liberal
Popular vote 47,157 11,033 9,632
Percentage 69.53% 16.27% 14.20%

Mayor before election

Jimmy Griffin

Elected Mayor

Jimmy Griffin

The Buffalo mayoral election of 1989 took place on November 4, 1989 and resulted in incumbent mayor Jimmy Griffin winning his last term as mayor against two other opponents. [1]

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