Web campaign launched to have White Plains mayor step down

An online campaign has been started to try to pressure White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley to step down after he was found guilty of domestic abuse.

The site, RecallBradley.com, was created as a platform to allow those who want Bradley gone to be heard.

In an e-mail to News 12, the person who created the website says its goal is to allow residents to take back their city. The creator of the website says they want to remain anonymous.

The mayor was convicted by a judge last week of abusing his wife, Fumiko Bradley.

While the website is gaining notoriety, others feel that his personal issues have no effect on his ability to run the city.

Attorney: Verdicts in Bradley trial prove judge believed wifeJudge finds W. Plains mayor guilty of abuse

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