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Dr. Heavenly Kimes' Son Zachary Just Voted for the Very First Time

The Married to Medicine mom shared how proud she is of her son for casting his ballot early. 

By Hannah Chambers

Along with her family, Dr. Heavenly Kimes is using her platform to share a very important message with her followers. The Married to Medicine cast member and her son, Zachary, recently made their voices heard by voting early in the Georgia election. The mother-son duo posed for a cheerful selfie, in which they proudly displayed their “I’m a Georgia voter, I secured the vote,” stickers after casting their ballots. 

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The proud mom shared the uplifting photo in an October 21 Instagram post, adding a caption to inspire her followers to vote, as well. 

“We just early voted!! I’m sooo proud of my boy,” Dr. Heavenly wrote alongside the photo, adding a hashtag to note that it’s Zachary’s first time voting. “My other son and the Daddy already voted. Vote! It’s your right.” 

Dr. Heavenly is not the first Georgia-based Bravoleb who has already cast her ballot. The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Porsha Williams provided a glimpse of what the voting situation is like in Atlanta in an October 13 Instagram post. Sharing a photo of a large group of voters waiting in a winding line that Porsha said was “wrapped around the building,” she highlighted the importance of making a voting plan ahead of time. 

For more from Dr. Heavenly, her husband Dr. Damon Kimes, and and fellow Bravolebs including Dr. Britten Cole of Married to Medicine Los Angeles, Gizelle Bryant and Wendy Osefo from The Real Housewives of Potomac, and Tamica Lee, Jon Moody, and Barry Smith from Southern Charm New Orleans, tune into Bravo’s upcoming special, Race in America: Our Vote Counts on Sunday, November 1 at 10/9c. The roundtable discussion will focus on the importance of voting, and how showing up at the polls can make a true difference. 

For a first look at the special, check out the preview, above. 

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