In 1920, the first year that all American women could vote for president, Irma Schmidt walked to her hometown fire station with her grandmother, mother, and aunt to vote for Warren G. Harding. Now 110 years old, Schmidt has voted in every presidential election since, and is believed to be the oldest registered voter in Connecticut. Schmidt is an unaffiliated voter, and has cast her ballot for Truman, Kennedy, Reagan, and Kerry in the past. "Voting was always something you looked forward to," she says. Staff members at the nursing home where she lives says she reads newspapers and talks about the news every day, but she wouldn't say if she's voting this year, or which candidate she prefers. [The Hartford Courant]