BREAKING: Andrew Bradshaw elected mayor of Cambridge in runoff election


CAMBRIDGE, Md. —  Andrew Bradshaw will be Cambridge’s newest mayor after defeating incumbent, Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley in a run off election.

Election officials say Bradshaw received 57.41% of votes with 1,643 votes to Jackson-Stanley’s 1,219 votes.

Bradshaw says some things he’s focusing on are youth development and bringing new ideas to the table. Bradshaw who is also a volunteer firefighter says there needs to be more transparency between the people and their city leaders. He’s also looking to improve the city’s spending so that they’re able to hire more police officers, among other things.

Polls were were open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.

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