I was lucky enough to get a closer look at how someone in the oldest old generation views the presidential election. The oldest old generation is a federal term that describes individuals who are 85 years old or older. Globally, it is the fastest growing population.
It is clear from my source’s lens there have been major changes in politics.
Kathryn Dillion, 91, provided her perspective on the changes over the years.
Q: Hey Kathryn, what was the first year you voted in the election?