Dorothy Bobrow, 98
"Women couldn't vote when I was born so this was a special election for me"
Born November 1918 in New York, NY
Lived in the same house from birth through age 68, raising two sons there
Taught art in New York City public schools for decades
Moved in 1987 to Westchester county, where her husband died but she saw her grandchildren start families and the birth of great-grandchildren
Moved in 2008 to Maryland, where she now lives in an assisted-living facility
"I often have trouble with my memory and need some help getting through my days now, but when my son, daughter-in-law and grandson visited and told me about this election, I had a very clear preference and was so glad when my grandson returned with my absentee ballot. I proudly marked the oval for Hillary Clinton and signed my name to the affidavit. I have voted in all the presidential elections I can remember but I know that women couldn't vote when I was born so this was a special election for me."