Married couple says they’re voting for Pence

John Stone and Mame Ston voted at Living Hope Baptist Church during the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 8. “We’re voting for Pence. We’re from Indiana,” John Stone said. “Lots of our friends and relatives know Pence.” Mame Stone said.

Kylie Carlson

John Stone, 98, and Mame Stone, 97, have been married for 75 years and share the same views when it comes to the election.

When asked if they would say who they were voting for, John Stone was absolutely ready. 

“Oh you bet your boots we’ll tell you,” John said. “We’re voting for Pence. We’re from Indiana.”

The couple voted for the Republican candidates for president and vice president this morning at the Living Hope Baptist Church on Smallhouse Road. 

Mame said she thinks Pence will be good for Kentucky, as he was for Indiana.

“Lots of our friends and relatives know Pence.” Mame said.

Reporter Kylie Carlson can be reached at 270-745-6011 and [email protected]. Follow her on twitter @kentuckylie.


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