Dunkin-drinking Boston woman goes viral following interview in early-voting line: Got my Dunkies

Dunkin-drinking Boston woman goes viral following interview in early-voting line: Got my Dunkies

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This early voter is proud to run on Dunkin. One Boston woman has become a social media sensation following aninterview ahead of the 2020 presidential election, during which she was hamming it up for a local news station in a wicked-funny moment sure to amuse any Massachusettsan. Hundreds voted at Fenway Park on Saturday, as the nations oldest ballpark doubled as thepolling place of choice forLaura Eastaugh, whowas thrilled to cast her ballot, The Boston Globe reports. PUMPKIN TASTY: DUNKIN DONUTS SIGN GOES VIRAL AFTER 18-YEAR-OLD IS TASKED WITH PUTTING UP WHATEVERIn a quick interview with WHDH that has since gone viral, the Brighton woman waxed poetic about democracy and Dunkin. I wanted to vote at Fenway because weve all been cooped up inside for a little bit, and Ive got my Dunkies, Eastaugh said, waving her arms and brandishing her iced coffee from the chain. "Im ready to vote for Joe Biden, but I wish I was voting for Bernie Sanders, but its a team sport. Apparently ready for her close-up, Eastaugh sported a Cam Newton Patriots jersey, as well as a face mask featuring the intertwined logos of the Patriots, Red Sox, Bruins and Celtics. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWSThe hilarious hit has been viewed over 1. 7 million times on Twitter, where fans have declared the quick clip the most Massachusetts thing Ive ever seen and wished to anoint Eastaugh as our Prime Minister. "I feel like I know about 50 people just like her," one commenter mused. According to the Globe, the now-viral moment seemed almost too Boston to be true and at least part of it allegedly was, as Eastaugh admitted to emphasizing her accent. I guess it was all part of the master plan, Eastaugh said of being featured on the news. I was excited to be there and I was wearing the Boston sports gear, and I just thought if I threw on the Boston accent it would make a good TV clip. Better

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