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First lady hosts 102-year-old determined voter

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A determined Florida centenarian who had to make two trips and wait several hours to vote for President Barack Obama last fall joined first lady Michelle Obama for Tuesday's State of the Union. Her resolve to cast a ballot became a symbol of early voting obstacles in the presidential election. Desiline Victor, 102, of Miami, endured a weather-delayed flight to Washington...