Letter to the Editor | Vote Ty Bodden for 59th Assembly District | By Nick Steger

 

August 5, 2018 – Theresa, WI – Farmers are in need of representation, now more than ever and we need to stick together!  Ty Bodden is one of us.

He comes from a long history of farmers who have poured out their sweat and blood to keep the family business going.

Ty has been working for a farm in Mt. Calvary since High School and a couple of years ago at the age of 22 Ty was promoted to run the farm. That is an amazing thing!

He works with area farmers everyday and understands the struggles many family farms are going through.

We don’t need a politician to try and understand what it is like to be one of us, we need someone who can actually relate to us and will fight for us.

We need someone who is younger and can attract younger generations to the agriculture field. These younger generations are the future for farmers and will come up with relevant and new solutions to today’s problems.

Make sure you vote for Ty Bodden to represent us in the 59th Assembly District on August 14.

Nick Steger, Theresa

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