Four-year-old boy re-elected mayor of Minnesota town
Washington, Aug. 5 (ANI): Four-year-old Robert 'Bobby' Tufts has been re-elected as mayor of a tourist town in Minnesota for a second term.
Fox News reports that Tufts was re-elected mayor of Dorset during an annual 'Taste of Dorset' Festival.
Dorset has a population of 22 to 28, and no formal government.
The votes, at a cost of one dollar, are being used to raise money for the Dorset Festival.
Emma Tufts, Bobby's mother, said her son wants to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Red River Valley in Fargo of North Dakota and a new welcome sign for Dorset.
They have already raised 750 dollars from a walk and plan to donate half of the T-shirt sale collection to the charity. (ANI)
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