Between the leaked emails, constant argument over Russian interference, sexual assault allegations, and Trump's racist tirades, this presidential election has been a ceaseless nightmare. So here's some good news: a Long Island woman who was born before women had the right to vote is voting for Hillary Clinton, and she's really excited about it!

There's a dwindling number of women who are old enough to remember a time when women could still be fined or imprisoned for casting a vote. Dorothy Sellers, a 103-year-old Long Island resident, is one of those women—and despite being a lifelong registered Republican, she is very much With Her.

Sellers was born in 1913, in the midst of the suffrage movement and seven years before the ratification of the 19th Amendment. And who is she voting for?

"Hillary, of course," Sellers told the Daily News. "Who else? We're turning a new page, I tell you, with a woman president."

Sellers says she doesn't remember much about the time before women's suffrage, but says her mother always voted once she was able to. Since casting her first vote for Herbert Hoover in 1932, she hasn't missed a single presidential election. She voted for Roosevelt once, then voted for Truman and Eisenhower.

She studied English at Wesleyan University then moved to Long Island during the Depression in search of work. In 1949, she began working at the Seagram distillery, where she climbed up the ladder before retiring in 1981.

After George W. Bush's time in office, Sellers began to think of herself as an independent: despite remaining a Republican on paper, she voted for Obama in both 2008 and 2012. As for Trump? She finds his comments "tawdry" and "very trashy," and remembers him as a "loudmouth" developer.

"I mean, who would want a president that thinks nothing of women?" she said. "Certainly I can't imagine what it would be like if Trump got in. I really can't."