When I pick a candidate, I look for someone who is pro-life, pro-business, pro-medical freedom, pro-school choice and is someone who has governance and leadership experience. I pick someone who doesn’t need as much on the job training because we deserve to be strongly represented immediately when they are sworn in. I want someone who I can trust to stand up to the swamp in Madison and not compromise their beliefs.
That is why I am voting for Ty Bodden to be our next 59th district representative. He has the leadership ability and experience to go to Madison and get the job done right away. If you care about what is going on in our schools and about medical freedom, then Ty Bodden has a proven track record of facing those issues head on.
Ty, as the leader of the Calumet County Republican Party, helped run dozens of school board and county board races in his county this past spring, flipping seats liberal seats for conservatives. Word has gotten out that he led his county to win 80% of those races, supporting candidates that want to give parents control of what goes on in their child’s classroom.
That is proven leadership and that is what we need right now. This is not a time to take risks. This is such a crucial time in our history and Ty knows what he’s doing and will fight for us in Madison.
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