Letter to the Editor | Vote for Ty Bodden for 59th Assembly District | By Jan Baldock

July 11, 2018 – West Bend, WI – Ty Bodden is running for election to the 59th Assembly District.  No surprise to me that Ty wants to serve the people of the 59th district by representing them in state government.

I’ve known Ty his whole life.  At a young age Ty was already active in conservative politics and developing strong conservative values. His belief in the sanctity of life, our second amendment rights, freedom of religion, and State’s rights helped him to grow strong in his desire to have less government regulation at all levels.  Always recognizing that the government that is closest to people governs best; thereby giving the people a stronger voice with more control over their own lives.

His energy and passion was always devoted to doing the right thing at the right time for those around him. He is true to his word and won’t change because of political correctness.

Ty loves spending time with people of all ages and all backgrounds.  He is a good listener which enables him to understand the needs of the people around him.   He not only listens, he learns. He works to solve the problem. He has the ability to set the goals, stay focused, and get the job done.

His conservative values have remained throughout the years and will not change once he is in Madison.

Ty Bodden will listen to us, learn from us, and work to get things done for the people of the 59th.  Ty will be a wonderful addition to the Wisconsin State Assembly.

I am voting for Ty on August 14th .  I hope you will do the same.

Jan Baldock

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