Monday, August 5, 2013

Dorset, Minnesota, Sets Record for Youngest Mayor

There used to be an expectation that mayors of towns would be old enough to vote; an eighteen-year-old mayor used to be headline news. No longer. Erica Ritz reports on the recent reelection of Mayor Robert "Bobby" Tufts of Dorset, Minnesota, who has yet to enter primary school:

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/08/05/tina-minnesota-town-re-elects-adorable-4-year-old-as-mayor/

In really small settlements, it seems, non-voters can be elected, and Sneaky Pie Brown really might have a chance at a political career.