CAMBRIDGE — Voters selected a new mayor and two new commissioners in the runoff election on Tuesday, Dec. 1, in Cambridge.
Andrew Bradshaw defeated three-term incumbent Victoria Jackson-Stanley 1,643-1,219 to become the mayor. After the results were announced, Jackson-Stanley said she called Bradshaw to congratulate him and plans to meet with him to discuss the transition in the coming week.
Lajan Cephas defeated incumbent Donald Sydnor 223-218 in the Ward 2 race.
Jameson Harrington defeated Gary Gordy 216-210 in the Ward 3 race.
The mayoral race and wards 2 and 3 commissioner races went to a runoff when the top two candidates in each race advanced after the Oct. 17 election without any one candidate receiving more than 50% of the votes in their respective races.