CLEVELAND - A Cleveland woman wouldn't let anything stop her from getting to the polls.
Orion Stanley is 99-years old and voted Monday during early voting in Ohio.
"I am so excited to go, excited to vote for president. Everybody should have been excited to go out and vote," Stanley said.
Stanley said she hopes to vote again.
"As long as I can. At 99, I don't know how long I will be able to go. I hope to vote at 100," Stanley said.
She's already planning her 100th birthday for next September.
"I hope I make it," Stanley said.
Stanley has 11 children, 32 grandchildren, 77 great grandchildren and 66 great-great grandchildren.
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