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Whether you support her or not, casting a ballot for Hillary Clinton is a *huge* deal to women (and men, we see you too!) all over the United States. Election night can be stressful, but here are 10 photos that'll remind you just how significant this moment really is.
This little girl going to bed on the eve of Election Day holding a "Hillary Clinton" action figure.
GUYS MY LITTLE COUSIN BROUGHT HER HRC ACTION FIGURE TO BED WITH HER TONIGHT #ImWithHer pic.twitter.com/l6Lve354YFNovember 8, 2016
Matched only by the lines to Susan B. Anthony's Grave...
This is not a line to vote; it's a line to see Susan B. Anthony's gravesite. #Election2016 pic.twitter.com/xUd44WpJgjNovember 8, 2016
This 106-year-old woman—who was born before women had the right to vote—crying as she stands in line to cast her ballot.
Saluting with Irene. At 106 years old, she was alive before women had the right to vote! #Vote2016 #nyvotes pic.twitter.com/6ekLJUrp6tNovember 8, 2016
And those who wore jewelry passed down from their mother and grandmothers, who never lived to see a female president.
I wore my Grandma's necklace today so that she could be there for the vote. pic.twitter.com/0y2qSxUsBHNovember 8, 2016
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