Here is a CNN report on Clarina (“Mimi”) Hudon of Manchester, New Hampshire. Born in 1905, she now is age 110. She is believed to be the oldest person in the state.
If Mrs. Hudon had been born a little earlier, she would not have been able to vote when she reached adulthood. But when she was fifteen years old, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, giving women the vote, was ratified. In 1928, she voted in her first presidential election, casting her vote for the Democrat, New York governor Al Smith.
Mrs. Hudon knows of Hillary Clinton. And now she’s heard of Bernie Sanders.
Some New Hampshire official should make it possible for her to vote next Tuesday, for one of them or for whomever.