Mary Jane Jacoby, a 101-year-old supporter of President Donald Trump, will not let the COVID-19 pandemic or its restrictions keep her from voting in person, as the centenarian has arranged to ride in a motorcycle sidecar to cast her ballot for the president in person on November 3.
“Trump, I love you, and I think you’re doing one heck of a job,” Jacoby began in a video posted to Twitter. Jacoby was then asked by the person holding the camera who she intended to vote for, and how she intended to cast her vote.
“How am I going to vote,” asked Jacoby. “What do you mean how?” The interviewer then explained that some people are mailing in ballots rather than voting in person, which led to a quick negative from the centenarian.
“Oh no, I’m going to go in a motorcycle, and I’m gonna have a good time,” said Jacoby. “I’m gonna say, ‘Hi girls, here I am, get me in that vote, that booth,’ and I’m gonna do my thing.”
Mary Jane Jacoby Is 101 Years Old .On Election Day She Will Ride In A Motorcycle Sidecar To Vote In Person. "Jane" Has Been Voting Since 1940.
"Jane" Believes In @realDonaldTrump Making America Great Again Starts With Voting. If "Jane Can Do It , So Can You. God Bless America! pic.twitter.com/hBHOkY1eVt
— Alon 2T (@Alon2T) October 29, 2020
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National File has also exposed a series of potential fraudulent activities in Harris County, Texas, where Democrats are accused in court documents of engaging in rampant fraud.
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