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I relate to this message so deeply, my grandmother and her sister are in their mid to late nineties, they didn’t just vote, but they were active in politics at the local, and state, and federal levels, they were also activists in their town and community. Golden retriever that’s what i do i fly and i know things poster. My great-aunt was born two years after the vote for women was passed, nothing will stop her from voting. They were from an Irish immigrant family who believed strongly in being active, not just in the home, but in the community, the family, outreach. Whenever I look at my grandmother and her sister, the last of 12 who are still alive, I see in their eyes the history, the determination, the willingness to get up and vote at all costs, they lived through the Great Depression, WWII, and so much more, all the way, they never forget the shoulders of the women who came before them, who fought for their right to vote. Whenever I vote, I think of my grandmother and rememberer that I am voting for all of us and what we fought so hard for. Thank you for this beautiful message of inspiration.