1993 Buffalo mayoral election

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Buffalo mayoral election, 1993
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← 1989 November 4, 1993 (1993-11-04) 1997 →
Nominee Anthony Masiello Richard Grimm, III Eugene Fahey
Party Democratic Republican Conservative
Popular vote 36,092 9,277 7,566
Percentage 68.18% 17.53% 14.29%

Mayor before election

Jimmy Griffin

Elected Mayor

Anthony Masiello

The Buffalo mayoral election of 1993 took place on November 4, 1993 and resulted in local politician Anthony Masiello winning a first term as mayor after Jimmy Griffin had resigned against two other opponents.[1]