4-year-old mayor supports local business, ice cream

Bobby TuftsBy Jessica Huseman

In the most adorable interview with a politician you will ever watch, the 4-year-old mayor of Dorset, Minn. — a town with a population of 28 and no official city government — proclaims that he supports local businesses and that his favorite business is ice cream, before declaring “I’m the boss!” and pointing to the location of his office, which he keeps in his head.

The pint-sized mayor, Bobby Tufts, was elected to his second term this year in a pretend election in his hometown. Residents could write anyone’s name down on a piece of paper and vote as much as they wanted. Then, a name was selected at random. Bobby was elected to his first term at age three.

I personally think that many politicians could learn a thing or two from Bobby’s general demeanor — as well as his classy choice of suit. Check out the interview below.

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