COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — At 106 years old, Donella Wilson of Columbia, South Carolina, is continuing her voting streak.
Wilson, who voted Saturday in South Carolina's primary election, tells WLTX-TV (http://on.wltx.com/1n8xD1X) that she knows voting is important.
Wilson, who is black and was born in 1909, waited until 1948 to vote with her husband. Her daughter, Minnie Wilson-Bivins, says Wilson hasn't missed an election since.
One of Wilson's goals is to meet President Barack Obama, just as 106-year-old Virginia McLaurin did recently. Video of the centenarian meeting Obama went viral on the Internet after a Black History Month reception Feb. 18 at the White House.
Wilson-Bivins says they plan on visiting the White House sometime this year. It'll be Wilson's second visit. She was invited to meet President Jimmy Carter in the 1970s.
Information from: WLTX-TV, http://www.wltx.com