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When 94-year-old Mildred Madison didn't receive her absentee ballot, she insisted that she had to vote early and in-person instead. To make that happen, she needed her son to drive her more than 600 miles round trip.

This 94-year-old woman is proving that if she can find a way to vote — so can we. Mildred Madison’s absentee ballot didn’t show up in Chicago, so she & her son drove 300+ miles to Detroit to #vote . She told us it’s important to vote “for all those generations you may not know."

This is 94-year-old Mildred Madison. She had to travel 600 miles roundtrip to vote in my home state of Michigan when she didn’t receive her absentee ballot. But, she did it. She wore a mask and exercised her right to vote. Let’s all be like Mildred today.

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'You are the soul of America' — Joe Biden made a surprise Zoom call with Oprah Winfrey to talk to Mildred Madison, a 94-year-old lifelong voter, whose son drove her 300 miles from Illinois to Michigan so she could vote in her home state.

'You are the soul of America' — Joe Biden made a surprise Zoom call with Oprah Winfrey to talk to Mildred Madison, a 94-year-old lifelong voter, whose son drove her 300 miles from Illinois to Michigan so she could vote in her home state.

'You are the soul of America' — Joe Biden made a surprise Zoom call with Oprah Winfrey to talk to Mildred Madison, a 94-year-old lifelong voter, whose son drove her 300 miles from Illinois to Michigan so she could vote in her home state.

When 94-year-old Mildred Madison didn't receive her absentee ballot, she insisted that she had to vote early and in-person instead. To make that happen, she needed her son to drive her more than 600 miles round trip.

'You are the soul of America' — Joe Biden made a surprise Zoom call with Oprah Winfrey to talk to Mildred Madison, a 94-year-old lifelong voter, whose son drove her 300 miles from Illinois to Michigan so she could vote in her home state.

When 94-year-old Mildred Madison didn't receive her absentee ballot for the upcoming US election, she insisted that she had to vote early and in-person instead. To make that happen, she needed her son to drive her more than 600 miles round trip.

WISDOM AND PIZZA: As early voters brave long lines and bad weather, they’re finding inspiration from the likes of 94-year-old Mildred Madison and incentive from... free pizza!

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Mildred Madison is staying with family in the Chicago suburbs but she did not received her ballot, so she asked her son to drive her to Detroit this week so she could vote.​

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