Officials vote, won't ask Bradley to resign

The White Plains Democratic City Committee met last week and decided it will not ask Mayor Adam Bradley to resign during a meeting that News 12 was not permitted to attend.

Other members of the media were allowed into the White Plains YWCA where the meeting was held. The committee says there was a misunderstanding, however Councilman Dennis Power, a longtime ally of Bradley, demanded News 12 leave.

The plan to ask for Bradley's resignation was defeated by a vote of 35 to 18. According to committee member Zelle Andrews, the matter will be brought up again at future meetings.

Bradley is currently facing nine charges stemming from several domestic violence incidents reported by his wife, Fumiko. He's due back in court May 10.

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