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Updated Nov 12, 2012 - 11:32 am

Mesa woman runs over husband for not voting

Holly Solomon. (Gilbert Police Department)

A Mesa woman brought an end to an argument with her husband over his not voting by running him down in a Jeep.

Holly Solomon, 28, was charged by Gilbert Police with aggravated assault Saturday. Her husband, Daniel Solomon, 36, is in critical condition at Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center.

The argument began in a parking lot at North Gilbert Road and Vaughn Avenue. Witnesses reported hearing yelling before Holly Solomon got into a Jeep and began chasing her husband around the lot, all the while yelling at him.

Daniel Solomon claimed his wife believes their family will now face hardship due to the re-election of President Barack Obama.

Daniel Solomon tried to run to Gilbert Road, but she caught up to him, hit him and pinned him underneath the vehicle and against a curb.

Police said Holly Solomon did not appear impaired.

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