Mary Jane Jacoby, a 101-year-old supporter of President Donald Trump, said she will ride in a motorcycle sidecar to vote for the president on Nov. 3 despite the CCP Virus (coronavirus) restrictions.
“I love you, and I think you’re doing one heck of a job,” Jacoby was heard saying in a video.
“Who are you voting for next Tuesday?” the person holding the camera asked Jacoby.
“Guess who?” Jacoby responded, proudly pointing to her “Make American Great Again” hat.
The centenarian then explained how she is going to vote in person for the president.
“I’m going to go in a motorcycle, and I’m gonna have a good time,” Jacoby said. “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
President Trump has supported voting in person and criticized plans pushed by Democrats to expand mail-in-ballots system in the forthcoming presidential election, saying it leads to widespread fraud.
Republicans in Florida have narrowed the voter registration gap with Democrats at the lowest level in decades. Particularly in Miami, Republicans are turning out to vote at a higher percentage than Democrats, reported Politico.
On Friday, investigators in Florida uncovered an attempt to register dead people as Democratic voters, according to The Associated Press. Of 51 new voter applications mailed to the Broward County elections office, 30 people were dead and the other 21 could not have their identities verified.
“This is an organized effort by someone who knew a little bit about Florida law but not a lot and had a scheme to either undermine the Florida registration system with fake voters or intended to vote 50 times,” Broward Elections Supervisor Pete Antonacci told the SunSentinel.
Authorities uncovered attempt to register dozens of dead people as voters in Broward. Officials said no mail-in ballots were requested w/ falsified voter IDs, but scheme exposes weaknesses in Florida’s voter registration process, @brittanywallman reports.https://t.co/v1mItKUxFX
— Anthony Man (@browardpolitics) October 30, 2020