Ken Bone arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of "Doctor Strange" at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016.
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By Melissa Chan
November 8, 2016

Election sensation Ken Bone, who rose to national prominence as an undecided voter, cast his ballot Tuesday morning—but he won’t tell America who he voted for.

The red-sweater-wearing Illinois man has told multiple media outlets that he has indeed voted in the presidential election but that he refuses to reveal his final choice.

“I did vote, but I am not telling anyone for who,” Bone told The Hollywood Reporter. “I put a lot of thought into it, and I feel good.”

Bone skyrocketed to fame on Oct. 9 during a town-hall style presidential debate in which he asked Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump their thoughts on America’s energy needs. In early interviews, he indicated that he was leaning toward Trump.

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