Brady Banks recall, Nashville, Tennessee (2012)
Reasons for recall
In February 2012, Banks was arrested in a prostitution sting. Banks was charged with a misdemeanor, but the charge was dismissed after Banks attended a class and paid court fees. Connie Hunter led the recall effort.
Path to the ballot
Recall organizers attempted to place the recall on the November 2012 ballot. More than 1,900 signatures of District 4 voters were requried in order to force a recall election. A recall election did not take place.
- The Tennessean, "Group looks to November for Brady Banks recall vote," May 30, 2012
- Nashville City Paper, "Councilman Brady Banks arrested in prostitution sting," February 16, 2012
- Nashville City Paper, "Brady Banks publicly apologizes, seeks to have patronizing prostitution charge dropped," March 6, 2012
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