August 6, 2018 – Sheboygan Co., WI – Ty Bodden is officially the most pro-life candidate in the 59th district Assembly Race. He is the only candidate endorsed by the three major pro-life groups; Pro-Life Wisconsin, Wisconsin Right to Life, & Wisconsin Family Action.
Ty has also been endorsed by some of the most pro-life and conservative members of our state legislature. Rep. Jesse Kremer, who introduced the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act in the state legislature, which banned abortions after 20 weeks, has endorsed Ty Bodden to take his place.
Ty also has the support of 2nd District Assemblyman and current 1st senate district candidate, Andre Jacque, who is known for his pro-life stances. Rep. Jacque has received awards such as Wisconsin Family Council Legislature of the Year, Mothers Against Drunk Driving Legislator of the Year Award (3 times), and Pro-Life Wisconsin Legislator of the Year.
The choice is clear if your main issue is abortion. Ty plans on putting a stop to the unethical sale of aborted fetal body parts and will do what he can to put an end abortion all together. If you want to continue to fight the establishment and continue the pro-life agenda, then Ty Bodden is the must win candidate for you.
Jacob Immel – Sheboygan County
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