Cambridge Commissioners calling for resignation of Mayor following arrest

Cambridge Mayor Andrew Bradshaw

CAMBRIDGE, Md. – City of Cambridge Commissioners are calling for Mayor Andrew Bradshaw to resign.

We’re told the Commissioners convened an emergency meeting Tuesday evening following Bradshaw’s arrest on Monday on 50 counts of distributing revenge porn. The meeting moved into a closed session where the Commissioners consulted with the city attorney and city manager before reconvening in an open session and voting unanimously to instruct the city attorney to draft a letter to the Mayor asking for his resignation.

City Commissioners released the following statement on the incident:

“It is the sincerest hope of all of the Commissioners that the Mayor will do what is best for the City of Cambridge and its citizens and tender his resignation. Should he fail to do so, then the Commissioners are prepared to pursue all available options under Maryland Law and the City Charter.”

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