93-year-old Man dies 2 days after voting

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Some people could care less about the upcoming presidential election.

Others are more enthused about the whole thing.

This World War II Veteran fro Honolulu, Hawaii cared. In fact, he cared so much that casting his early vote was a must, even at 93 years old.

A picture of Frank Tanabe filliong out his absentee ballot went viral after his grandson posted it online.

Sadly, just two days after the picture was taken, Tanabe passed away from liver cancer.

A dying man can cast his vote, and you claim you’re too busy?

This former Veteran has taught us all a little something.

Voting is a privilege none of us should take for granted.

Not even in our dying days.

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