BOULDER, CO -- A Colorado woman didn't shirk her civic duties this weekend -- even while in the midst of giving birth to a new citizen.
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Sosha Adelstein was due to have her first child on Election Day, but the baby couldn't wait.
The first-time mom started going into labor Friday. But before delivering the baby, Adelstein stopped at the Boulder County Clerk and Recorder's Office to drop off her ballot.
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Adelstein said, "We ran over there and kind of made it just in time, because like shortly after that I was like okay its time. We got to get to the hospital."
Adelstein gave birth to a little girl named Bella Rose. Her partner, Max Brandel, was with her when she went into labor and also made sure he voted.
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Pregnant woman voted on way to hospital