100-year-olds in Brooklyn share stories of voting in recent election

Several Brooklyn women over the age of 100 came out to the polls this Election Day. 



The centenarians at Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Bed-Stuy voted in this year's election. 



Louis Johnson, 107, says she doesn't tell anybody who she voted for. Stephanie Conway, a caregiver at Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, says that she goes over recent news with the residents so they know the issues they are voting on. 



"I do current events with them every day to keep them up to date with what's going on," says Conway.



The women say the secret to making it to the triple digits is to do what makes you happy. 


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