The family of Katherine Michelle Hinds, who died recently at the age of 34, has asked in her obituary that instead of giving flowers, her mourners not vote for Donald Trump.
"In lieu of flowers, do not vote for Donald Trump," Hinds' obituary in the Opelika-Auburn News says.
If mourners want to make a donation, the obituary requests they give to the Chattahoochee Valley Humane Society in Alabama.
Hinds, a veterinary technician, died April 29 in Seattle, Washington, according to her obituary.
Originally from Alabama, her obituary describes her as a "blue, southern girl from a Red, southern state," and her mother told The Associated Press that although she never asked for the anti-Trump message, they think she would have approved. The family did not respond to ABC News' request for comment.
Trump handily won the Alabama primary, which was held March 1.
Several other similar requests have surfaced in obituaries over the past year, where the recently deceased make requests relating to their voting preferences. In January, an obituary for 70-year-old Jeffrey Cohen also said that in lieu of flowers he requested mourners not to vote for Trump.
These requests are definitely bi-partisan in nature, however -- several deceased people have also requested that votes not be cast for Hillary Clinton.
"In lieu of flowers, please do not vote for Hillary Clinton," 63-year-old Elaine Fydrich requested upon her death last summer, according to her obituary.
And when Larry Upright died in April 2015 at the age of 81, his family requested contributions to a Florida children’s hospital instead of flowers. But there was one additional request at the bottom of his obituary.
"Also, the family respectfully asks that you do not vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016. R.I.P. Granddaddy."