Even labor didn’t stop woman from voting
CHICAGO – A strong-willed Chicago woman wouldn’t let anything stop her from voting, not even the birth of her child.
Galicia Malone went into labor at 3 a.m. and with contractions 5 minutes apart at 7 a.m., she told her self to “read and breathe.”
This is the 21-year-old mother’s first election to be able to vote and she said she wanted to make it count.
After casting her ballot, she drove herself to the hospital.
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