BLAIRMORE ENTERPRISE 2ND FEBRUARY, 1933 P 7
ANXIOUS TO VOTE
Man in Ireland cycles 100 miles to cast his ballot.
Dublin, Ireland – Two centenarians were among the first to case their vote in Donegal as the Irish Free State went to the polls. In Kenmare a husband, a wife, aged 101 and 99 years respectively, voted their preferences.
A Galway man cycled 100 miles to cast his ballot, while an enthusiast in Killarney walked 40 miles to do his bit for his party.