A 102-year-old delegate from Arizona announced her state's votes for Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonTrump to attend World Series Game 4 in Atlanta Pavlich: Democrats' weaponization of the DOJ is back Mellman: The trout in the milk MORE, who will be the party's first female nominee. 

"Fifty-one votes for the next president of the United States of America, Hillary Rodham Clinton," said Jerry Emmett from the convention floor in Philadelphia.
Emmett was born before women had the right to vote, with the legislation for the 19th Amendment passing Congress 97 years ago. The Phoenix New Times profiled Emmett ahead of this week's Democratic National Convention, noting her love of political paraphernalia, including a "Hillary Room."

Delegates are currently in the midst of a formal roll call vote, which will lock down the party's nomination for Clinton. Supporters have repeatedly remarked on the possibility of Clinton becoming the first female president through the vote.

Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Ariz.) announced the state's votes for Clinton's chief rival, Bernie SandersBernie SandersDemocrats hope to hold Big Oil 'accountable' On The Money — Will the billionaire tax survive Joe Manchin? Democrats cutting paid leave from spending deal amid Manchin opposition MORE.

Isabel Baker, a delegate from Oklahoma, noted that she was born in 1929 — less than a decade after women were given the right to vote.

"I never thought that I would live to see this day. So tonight I'm deeply honored to help cast our state's votes for the first women president of the United States — Hillary Clinton," she added from the convention floor.