Mothers and Daughters Hit the Voting Booths in Tandem on Election Day

PHOTO: A voter in Des Moines, Iowa gets help from her six-year old daughter while voting in the general election at the First Church of the Open Bible, Nov. 8, 2016.PlayCharlie Neibergall/AP Photo
WATCH Mothers and Daughters Hit Voting Booths in Tandem on Election Day

Mothers and daughters went to the polls together, celebrating what could be a historic moment: the election of America's first female president, Hillary Clinton.

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To mark the occasion, some posted pictures together on social media:

In the last throes of the campaign, mothers and daughters also campaigned together for Clinton, according to some social media posts:

Not every mother-daughter team is voting for the former secretary of state, however. At least one Twitter user showed her familial unity in voting for Republican nominee Donald Trump.

"Mother and Daughter deplorables from Florida," the user wrote on Twitter. "We Voted."