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As you may recall, in Obama's acceptance speech he told the incredible story of Ann Nixon Cooper. The 106-year-old got a tip from the Obama campaign and stayed up on Tuesday night to see her name mentioned by the President Elect. Cooper is a former Atlanta socialite who co-founded a Girls Club for African-American…

Ann Nixon Cooper, 106 years old, remembers a time not long ago when she was barred from voting because of her race. This year, Cooper voted early and hopes Barack Obama will be elected as the nation's first black president. "I ain't got time to die," she says. In the meantime, she watches The Price Is Right and Oprah.…