Four-year-old Bobby Tufts doesn't start preschool for another couple of weeks, but the youngster was just reelected mayor of Dorset, Minnesota.
Say what now?
Dorset, the self-proclaimed "Restaurant Capital of the World" with a grand total of four restaurants, has an annual food festival the first week of August.
The event, called the "Taste of Dorset," also features the election of the town's mayor. Bobby was elected in 2012, and won another term this year!
Dorset has no formal government and the mayor has no official duties, since it was incorporated as part of nearby Park Rapids when ZIP codes were created.
Currently, no more than 28 people inhabit Dorset.
It’s easy to get on the ballot and toddlers like Tufts aren’t the only quirky candidates the town has seen in the race. A local dog ran a few years ago.
After Tufts got the news that he won again, he and his mother Emma went out for dinner and were planning on fishing or having a bonfire afterwards.
Tufts' agenda captures his love of Dorset and his desire to help others. He plans to replace the "Restaurant Capital of the World" welcome sign for Dorset.
Most of the town’s citizens are happy with Tufts’ leadership so far, as evidenced by his reelection, and are looking forward to his second term.
"He’s an adorable little guy and he’s been great for our town," said Gloria Driscoll, owner of the Heartland Trial Bed & Breakfast in Dorset.
Good luck, Bobby. We could use you in D.C.