Tuesday, August 06, 2013

4-year-old mayor re-elected for second term of office - Update

The small town of Dorset in northern Minnesota has re-elected its incumbent mayor. Mayor Robert "Bobby" Tufts is 4-years-old.

Each year a draw is held and the winner gets to be mayor. Anyone can vote as many times as they like, for $1 a vote, at any of the ballot boxes in stores around town.

Bobby was running for a second term. On Sunday, a blindfolded man drew the winning name from a plastic tub.

YouTube link. There's a longer news video here.

Mayor Tufts will spend his next term raising money for Ronald McDonald House Charities, a new welcome sign for Dorset and attending preschool in the autumn.



Anonymous said...

He is absolutely adorable. At least they have somebody who isn't corrupt...yet.

Bob Johnson said...

LOL, exactly! They can trust the man in a nappy. But wait, is he held accountable to the binky lobby?!

What a cutie!