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Election season Internet sensation Ken Bone is no longer an undecided voter.
The 34-year-old Shiloh, Ill. power plant worker became a pop-culture phenomenon after asking a question during the second presidential debate last month.
Donning a red sweater and sporting a mustache, Bone seemed to be everywhere in the days following the town hall-style meeting among undecided voters trying to choose between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Bone told The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday, he did cast a ballot.
“I did vote, but I am not telling anyone for who,” Bone told THR. “I put a lot of thought into it, and I feel good.”
Bone had endless interview requests after the debate; he even was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! But through it all, he said the most important part was for people to make up their own minds and vote.
“I made the best decision I could given the circumstances,” he told THR on Tuesday.
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