November 08, 2016 02:56 PM


He’s undecided no more.

The true standout of the second presidential debate — Ken Bone — has officially voted.

Bone, a power plant worker from Illinois, told the Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday that he “did vote.”

“But I am not telling anyone for who,” he added.

The 34-year-old gained unexpected popularity after asking a question during the town hall-style debate in October — mainly based on his cherry red sweater, an accidental fashion choice. He even made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Of casting his ballot, Bone told the Hollywood Reporter, “I put a lot of thought into it, and I feel good.”

“I made the best decision I could given the circumstances,” he added.

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During his earlier appearance on Kimmel, Bone said, “This is an unusual political cycle, it’s been so negative. I try to really base my decision on positive things, and neither have given me many.”

Ahead of Election Day, Bone said he felt that Donald Trump was “more aligned with my economic interests.”

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