Pictures Of Doggos Doing A Great Job As Mayors

  • By Sara
  • September 28, 2020
  • 4 minutes read

The goodest boys!

2020 was crazy, stemming its roots from false world war 3 propaganda to the very real COVID related time, and how can we forget politics? On a daily basis, we come across a variety of political scandals and a number of stories. It gets very frustrating to follow the news. So today, we’re going to look into some good boys in politics.

Don’t worry. It’s not going to be dull and boring like the news. These good boys running as mayors is probably going to be the most heartwarming thing you’ll see today. Of course, they can be dictatorial by demanding belly rubs and treats 24/7, but none of us is complaining.

Via dumpaday

If this campaign ad doesn’t make you realize why we need this doggo in 2020, we don’t know what
will. We’re all rooting for this doggo to get elected. But let’s get started with our list of proud

1. Bosco: Mayor of Sunol, California

Via Gustonian Gifts / Facebook

Basco was a black Labrador-Rottweiler but he was better known as the mayor of Sunol, California from
1981 to 1994. Two humans were defeated by this pup to take over his seat. With news reports
that claimed Basco was a “re-pup-lican” and campaign promises such as ‘’A bone in every dish, a
cat in every tree and a fire hydrant in every corner,’’ we cannot simply stop ourselves from
adoring this pupper who spent 13 years in his service!

2. Lucy Lou: Mayor of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky

Via Former Mayor Lucy Lou / Facebook

As time progressed, we got our first elected female mayor. This Border Collie served 8
years in Rabbit Hash, Kentucky. With slogans from Lucy Lou such as ‘’The bitch you can count
on,’’ she ended up winning in 2008 and because she is a good girl, she stepped for the presidential seat but unfortunately lost.

3. Brynneth Pawltro: Mayor of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky

Via Mayor Brynn/Facebook

Lou’s successor in Rabbit Hash, Kentucky was a chonky Pitbull. It was a close call for this boy as there were a donkey and a cat running against him. But Brynneth’s voters were dedicated to helping him win. We’re also happy to see more of our animal friends in the political sphere.

4. Max: Mayor of Idyllwild, California

Via Mayor Max / Facebook

The next mayor on our list is Max, known also as “Maximus Mighty-Dog Mueller II.’’ He was
elected over another golden retriever, who was, surprisingly, also named Max. This good boy dresses up with a tie, and if you’re really lucky, you might catch a glimpse of him wearing a fedora.

5. Duke: Mayor of Cormorant Village, Minnesota

Via Mayor Duke of Cormorant Village

Duke, the Great Pyrenees, is very loved by his people. He was first chosen as the mayor in 2014 and was re-elected three years in a row after that. In his 2016 run, “every vote cast was for him, except for one that went to his girlfriend, Lassie.” We hope their relationship is strong and they don’t let politics come between their love.

6. Pa Kettle: Mayor of Divide, Colorado

Via Hot County 103.5 / Facebook

This bloodhound was elected mayor in 2014 out of a large pool of candidates. He was running against a donkey, hedgehog, cat, wolf, and several other dogs. “It was a narrow victory. He only beat Kenyi, the wolf, by 55 votes. Kenyi became Pa Kettle’s vice-mayor.”

7. Frida: Mayor of San Francisco

Via Stephen Lam / Reuters

The “most powerful dog in San Francisco in 2014” was this female Chihuahua named Frida. Even though she ruled for only a day, she left quite an impact on her people. She demanded belly rubs from everyone, but I don’t see anything wrong with that.

8. Gus Hall: Mayor of Coronado, California

Via Coronado Canine Mayor Gus/Facebook

Out of 20,000 people, Gus had the votes of about half of them. This shows how adored he is by his people.

9. Parker: Mayor of Georgetown, Colorado

Via @officialsnowdog

On February 11th, 2019, this famous snow dog was elected as the mayor of Georgetown. He was already quite well-known amongst the people because he was the mascot of Loveland Ski Area. His aim was to bring “hugs, love, and cookies to the people of Georgetown.”

What do you think about these adorable and super professional mayors? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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