Tennessee teen and 101-year-old grandma go vote together
It was a special trip to the polls on Tuesday for a Tennessee teenager.
She voted for just her second time ever alongside her 101-year-old grandmother, who’s been voting for decades.
Betty Potts said she’s voted in every election she can.
Her 18-year-old granddaughter, Mara, finally got to join her for her second time voting.
Mrs. Potts is the mother of Jefferson County, Tennessee Mayor Mike Potts.
He won re-election back in August.
Poll workers said they hope to see Mrs. Potts again in 2024.
Her Potts’ voting advice for others by watching the video from WBIR.