He was 18 years-old....he wasn't thinking. He pleaded guilty, took his punishment and I believe he learned a mighty lesson from it. My point is why report this now? 3 days before the election? Why not back when he threw his name in the ring?
I must question the timing of this! What 18 year-old hasn't done something they regret! I hope Tyler Woods is elected to inject some new, fresh ideas into the city council! Good luck Tyler. I would love to see the "good old boys" removed from office.
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