New York Gubernatorial Election, 1990
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New York Gubernatorial Election, 1990
New York gubernatorial election, 1990

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Nominee Mario Cuomo Pierre Rinfret Herbert London
Party Democratic Republican Conservative (N.Y.)
Alliance Liberal
Running mate Stan Lundine George Yancey Anthony DiPerna
Popular vote 2,157,087 865,948 827,614
Percentage 53.2% 21.4% 20.4%

County results

Governor before election

Mario Cuomo

Elected Governor

Mario Cuomo

The 1990 New York gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1990 to elect the Governor and Lieutenant Governor of New York. The Incumbent governor Mario Cuomo won a third term, made him become the first Democratic governor elected three times since Herbert H. Lehman.


New York gubernatorial election, 1990
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Mario Cuomo 2,086,070 51.42%
Liberal Mario Cuomo 71,017 1.75%
Total Mario Cuomo 2,157,087 53.17% -11.46%
Republican Pierre A. Rinfret 865,948 21.35% -10.42%
Conservative (N.Y.) Herbert London 827,614 20.40% +16.85%
Right to Life Louis P. Wein 137,804 3.40% +0.35%
New Alliance Lenora Fulani 31,089 0.77% +0.21%
Libertarian W. Gary Johnson 24,611 0.61% N/A
Socialist Workers Craig Gannon 12,743 0.31% N/A
Majority 1,291,139 31.83% -1.03%
Turnout 4,056,896
Democratic hold

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