"Chocolate. And vanilla. Strawberry. Cotton candy kind. And rainbow sherbet," said Mayor Robert "Bobby" Tufts, in an interview with The Associated Press.
Of course, the mayor of Dorset is mostly a ceremonial position. There's no mention of salary in the AP piece, and the mayor is elected via drawing at the Taste of Dorset festival every year. Ballots cost $1 each, and citizens can vote as many times as they like.
Bobby was elected at just 3 years old and is running for reelection this summer. His campaign card, which he distributes personally, shows Bobby wearing a fishing vest and hanging out with his girlfriend Sophie.
His campaign card reads: "I would love to be your mayor as much as I love Sophie."
There's no denying that Bobby's tenure has been an epic success, at least in terms of PR for the town.
"I think he's a cute little bugger and I think a lot of people share the same, you know, opinion as me, and it's neat," Hubbard County Sheriff Cory Aukes says. "You know, how often do you see a little kid like that who's -- call 'em camera-friendly or whatever, you know -- he's got a very good little personality, and he's not afraid to show it. So I think it's great."
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