Citizens call for mayor's resignation over DWI
SAUK RAPIDS, Minn. (AP) — The mayor of the central Minnesota city of Sauk Rapids says he won't resign, despite numerous calls for him to step down following his drunken driving arrest.
Mayor Brad Gunderson told a packed City Council meeting Monday night that he was sorry for his "bad judgment" in his Feb. 17 arrest. Gunderson is in the first months of his new role as mayor and says he will not voluntarily step down.
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