When a 70-year-old Pittsburgh chiropractor passed away, his obituary outlined his dying wish.
"Jeffrey would ask that in lieu of flowers, please do not vote for Donald Trump," it read.
The obituary for Jeffrey Cohen, who passed away on Sunday, is getting attention thanks to the odd request.
Cohen also asked for mourners to donate to the Nimmo Educational Foundation. The foundation, which he started, carries out research on chronic pain and offers care for people who need physical therapy.
Cohen is not the only one to attempt to sway voters from beyond the grave. Earlier this month, a Virginia man asked for mourners to vote for Trump.
Ernest Overbey, a 65-year-old who lost his battle with cancer, encouraged the grieving to vote for the GOP billionaire. His obituary stated: “Please vote for Donald Trump!”
Trump was so touched, he tweeted out Overbey’s obit.