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

August 3, 2018 – Washington Co., WI – Dear Voters of the 59th Assembly District,

I am writing this letter on behalf of my husband, Ty Bodden, who I believe should be the next Representative for the 59th Assembly District.

 

Ty is caring and compassionate with a heart to serve. He goes the extra mile for friends, family, and even strangers and that is one of the many things I love about him.

Ty is my high school sweetheart. We have been together for nine years and have been married for two.

 

We are excited to be expecting our first child in December.

 

Ty has always been a natural leader. Our senior year of high school he served as Class President, National Honor Society President, & Student Council President.

 

Ty is extraordinarily gifted and has a history of standing up for what he believes in, even if it is controversial or goes against the status quo.

 

When we were seniors in high school, the Walker recall was in full swing. He had “Stand with Walker” signs on everyone’s locker and had shirts made up for the students that wanted them.

 

Before I met Ty I did not have an interest in politics but, I now understand the importance of choosing strong leaders to represent our communities.

 

What Ty plans to do for the district and the state is exactly what we need and I am asking the people of the 59th district to vote for him on August 14.

 

You could not ask for a more dedicated leader. Thank you.

Sincerely,
Paige Bodden

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