Buffalo mayoral election, 1981

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Buffalo mayoral election, 1981
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← 1977 November 4, 1981 (1981-11-04) 1985 →

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Nominee Jimmy Griffin Alfred Coppola
Party Democratic Liberal
Popular vote 72,361 7,869
Percentage 90.19% 9.81%

Mayor before election

Jimmy Griffin

Elected Mayor

Jimmy Griffin

The Buffalo mayoral election of 1981 took place on November 4, 1981 and resulted in incumbent mayor Jimmy Griffin winning a second term over his opponent, local politician Alfred Coppola, who ran on a minor party line. [1]

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