|Elections in California|
- William H. Carlson, Mayor of San Diego
- Charles S. Hamilton
- W.A. Sloane, judge
- Daniel Stone
Incumbent Mayor William H. Carlson stood for re-election to a second term as an independent. His reelection was contested by W.A. Sloane, a Republican, Charles S. Hamilton, a Democrat, and Daniel Stone, a Populist.
On April 2, 1895, Carlson was narrowly re-elected mayor with a plurality of 33.9 percent of the vote. Stone came in second with 31.6 percent of the vote. Sloane and Hamilton trailed behind with 18.1 percent and 16.4 percent respectively.
|Independent||William H. Carlson||1,090||33.9|
|Democratic||Charles S. Hamilton||528||16.4|
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- "Still in the Fight". The San Diego Union. March 27, 1895. Retrieved March 18, 2017.
- "Election History - Mayor of San Diego" (PDF). City of San Diego. Retrieved March 18, 2017.