Woman begs people not to vote for Trump in her own obituary

Woman begs people not to vote for Trump in her own obituary

- A woman in the United States who recently passed away asked her family to urge people in her obituary not to vote for Donald Trump during the presidential election

- People on social media have indicated interest to respect May Adkins' last wish by voting out President Trump

- A photo of her newspaper obituary has gone viral on social media and some Twitter users wished they had met Adkins when she was alive

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A 93-year-old woman identified as May Adkins who recently passed away warmed hearts on social media with a request she asked her family to put into her obituary.

Adkins, who died on September 28 after suffering a stroke, asked that voters be urged in her obituary not to vote for Donald Trump during the presidential election, Independent reports.

93-year-old woman begs people not to vote for Trump in her own obituary

May Adkins urged the people of the United States not to vote for President Donald Trump. Photo credit: CNN
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A photo of her newspaper obituary has since gone viral on social media and some people have indicated interest to respect her last wish.

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The obituary read in part:

In lieu of flowers, Georgia preferred that you do not vote for Trump.

A tweep with the handle @TazAngel12 wrote:

"I think Georgia May and I would've been good friends."

Another Twitter user with the handle @cjwitke wrote:

"I read an obituary today that said the deceased had hoped to live long enough to see trump get voted out of office. Sadly, they didn’t make it that long, but let’s make it happen."

Below are other reactions:

Meanwhile, a 102-year-old American woman, Ora Smith, who was born in 1918, has gone out to exercise her electoral right as she voted in South Carolina.

The woman was born at a time when a great influenza pandemic attacked the US and wiped out over 675,000 people.

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