Darrell Bradley

Saint Louis University University of the West Indies United Democratic Party (Belize)
Darrell Bradley
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Bradley in 2017
Mayor of Belize City
In office
7 March 2012 – 9 March 2018
Preceded byZenaida Moya
Succeeded byBernard Wagner
Personal details
Born1979 (age 40–41)
Belize
Political partyUnited Democratic Party
Spouse(s)Julie-Ann Ellis Bradley
Alma materSaint Louis University
University of the West Indies
ProfessionAttorney

Darrell Bradley (born 1979) is a Belizean attorney and politician. He has served as Mayor of Belize City from 2012 to 2018 [1]

Bradley is an alumnus of Saint Louis University and the University of the West Indies. Prior to his mayoral run he served as youth director for the United Democratic Party. Bradley was elected Belize City mayor in 2012 and re-elected in 2015 and he ended up not running for mayor in 2018 [2]

Bradley was the UDP nominee for the House of Representatives in the Caribbean Shores constituency at the 2015 general election, however, he lost to the PUP candidate Kareem Musa.[3]

In August 2017 Bradley announced he will not run for re-election as Belize City mayor in 2018, but he plans to remain active in politics.[4]

References

  1. ^ Belize City Council - Mayor's Biography, The Belize City Council. (accessed 4 May 2015)
  2. ^ "U.D.P. Sweeps 2015 Municipal Elections: Darrell Bradley Re-elected to City Hall", Great Belize Television, 5 March 2015. (accessed 16 March 2015)
  3. ^ Humes, Aaron. "Santino Castillo hands over to Darrell Bradley in Caribbean Shores", Breaking Belize News, 16 April 2015. (accessed 22 April 2015)
  4. ^ "Bradley exits City Council – Not seeking re election", Breaking Belize News, 1 August 2017. (accessed 8 August 2017)