Buffalo mayoral election, 2017

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Buffalo mayoral election, 2017
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Turnout 15.95%

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Nominee Byron Brown Mark J. F. Schroeder Anita L. Howard
Party Democratic Reform Conservative (N.Y.)
Popular vote 27,466 10,721 1,272
Percentage 68% 26% 3%

Mayor before election

Byron Brown
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Byron Brown
Democratic

The 2017 Buffalo mayoral election was held on November 7, 2017. Incumbent three-term Democratic mayor Byron Brown won re-election to a fourth term.

Background[edit]

The 2017 Buffalo mayoral race was held to elect the Mayor of Buffalo, New York. The incumbent, Byron Brown, successfully ran for re-election against City Comptroller Mark J. F. Schroeder and Erie County legislator Betty Jean Grant. A Primary took place on September 12, 2017. Mayor Brown won the primary with Comptroller Schroeder as the runner up and Legislator Grant coming in last place. Comptroller Schroeder won the Reform Party primary and was on that line for the general election.

Candidates[edit]

Democratic[edit]

Green[edit]

  • Terrence Robinson, founding member of Preservation Buffalo Niagara, member of the Buffalo Preservation Board [4]

Conservative[edit]

  • Anita Howard, attorney

Reform[edit]

Results[edit]

Buffalo mayoral general election, 2017
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Byron Brown 25,467 63%
Working Families Byron Brown 1,155 3%
Independence Byron Brown 554 1%
Women's Equality Byron Brown 290 1%
Total Byron Brown 27,466 68%
Reform Mark J. F. Schroeder 10,721 26%
Conservative (N.Y.) Anita Howard 1,239 3%
Green Terrance Robinson 1,199 3%
Total votes 40,625 100%
Democratic hold Swing

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