Mark Chambers (Mayor of Carbon Hill, Alabama)
Original short description: "Alabama mayor"
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Template:Infobox mayor Mark Jonathan Chambers (born May 6, 1969) is the mayor for Carbon Hill, Alabama, who was elected in 2014. However, Chambers gained more attention with a controversy in June 2019, while still serving as mayor of Carbon Hill.
Mark Jonathan Chambers was born on May 6, 1969. Chambers is currently 50 years old as of June 2019.
Chambers is Republican. He was elected as the mayor for Carbon Hill in 2014.
Chambers caused controversy in June 2019 when local news outlet WBRC reported that Chambers made three public posts on Facebook with derogatory and threatening statements aimed at members of the LGBT community, as well as other minority groups. Template:Quote 
The posts have since been deleted.
Since the incident, Chambers has refused to resign as mayor.
- "Mark Johnathan Chambers". https://www.familytreenow.com/search/people/results?first=Mark&last=Chambers&citystatezip=Carbon%20Hill%2C%20AL&rid=0s0&smck=5JKwagCM6-pT5uulWN3J_A.
- "Alabama mayor refuses to resign after saying to "kill" LGBTQ community on Facebook" (in en-US). https://www.cbsnews.com/news/carbon-hill-alabama-mayor-mark-chambers-refuses-to-resign-kill-lgbtq-community-facebook-post-2019-06-05/.
- Dionne, Brittany. "Ala. mayor posts apology after defending social media comments on killing LGBTQ people and Democrats" (in en-US). https://www.wbrc.com/2019/06/04/carbon-hill-mayor-defends-social-media-comments-killing-homosexuals-transgender-people-democrats/.
- "Alabama mayor apologizes for Facebook post about killing LGBTQ community" (in en). https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/alabama-mayor-apologizes-facebook-post-about-killing-lgbtq-community-n1014086.