July 29, 2022 – Washington Co, WI – Dear Editor,
August 9, 2022 is fast approaching, and Ty Bodden is the clear conservative choice for the 59th Assembly District. Ty has a passion for service as displayed as Chairman of Cristo Rey Ranch, which provides animal therapy for the elderly and those with intellectual disabilities.
He knows the importance of fully funding and supporting law enforcement as one working in that profession. Ty is staunchly pro-life, pro-2nd Amendment and pro-farmer. He has a strong desire to do what it takes to restore trust in our electoral process: secure elections, eliminate fraud and hold those who break our election laws accountable.
Ty Bodden is a family man, and as such he wants to restore greater effectiveness in our schools.
He supports an expansion of school choice to allow the element of competition to drive
performance improvements. Ty is also a strong advocate for parent empowerment, and as
such he stands firmly against equity-based ideologies and the misrepresentation of our history and culture (e.g., the 1619 Project and critical race theory).
Ty Bodden is also a fiscal conservative. He will work to eliminate the state income tax and will support measures that help businesses overcome our labor shortage and relieve the undue economic burdens thrust upon them by our current poor national economic policies.
These are among the reasons why Ty has garnered endorsements from several current and
former state and county office holders, including Governor Scott Walker, Representative
Timothy Ramthun and Washington County Executive Josh Schoemann.
Vote Ty Bodden for the 59th Assembly District on August 9.
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