Ken Bone has voted, but he’s not revealing his choice for president.
The mustachioed, sweater-wearing Bone became an internet sensation after the second presidential debate. The Belleville News-Democrat reports that Bone stood in line about 30 minutes Tuesday morning to vote at a church in the village of Shiloh, Ill.
Bone did several interviews while in line to vote, including one with a Canadian radio station and another with the BBC. He wasn’t wearing his red sweater, opting instead for a blue vest over a gray shirt.
He says he’s keeping his choice private because he’d rather emphasize the importance of getting to the polls.