Does Cindy McCain’s outfit send a subtle message about who got her vote? AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., accompanied by his wife Cindy McCain, waves to supporters after they dropped off their ballots at a polling station Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, in Phoenix. The incumbent McCain is running against Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Is Cindy McCain a closet Hillary Clinton fan? That’s what some were wondering when photos hit the internet of McCain accompanying her husband, Republican Sen. John McCain (Ariz.), to their voting place Tuesday.

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Mrs. McCain was wearing a white pantsuit, which has become a symbol of supporting Hillary Clinton, since she wore white to accept the Democratic Party’s nomination and to the final presidential debate with Donald Trump.

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Twitter users began to speculate that McCain’s crisp white suit was a subtle nod to the former Secretary of State and the so-called “Pantsuit Nation” that supports Clinton.

Sen. McCain was a target of Donald Trump’s during the primaries when he said McCain — who spent more than 5 years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam — wasn’t a war hero and that he didn’t like people who were captured.

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What do you think? Did the woman who once wanted to be first lady just cast her ballot in support of a former first lady turned presidential hopeful?

Yolanda R. Arrington is a content editor for Rare. Tweet her @iamyolanda and like her on Facebook.
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