Police allege Holly Solomon ran over her husband after they had an argument over the 2012 presidential election.
/ Maricopa County Sheriff's Office
GILBERT, Ariz. (WUSA) -- What would your significant other say or do to you if he or she found out you didn't vote in the Presidential election?
Hopefully he or she wouldn't try to run you over like an Arizona woman reportedly tried to do to her husband.
According to KPHO in Phoenix, police say Holly Solomon, 28, chased after her husband, 36-year-old Daniel Solomon, in a Jeep Saturday night after he didn't vote.
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"She pinned him between the underside of the SUV and the curb when he tried to run for help," CBS reports. "The husband told investigators that Solomon believed her family was going to face hardship from President Barack Obama's re-election. Witnesses told police that Solomon followed her husband in her car through a parking lot while screaming at him."
Apparently Solomon hid behind a light pole to protect himself while his wife circled several times. She then hit him as he tried to get away.
According to the report, there were no signs of drugs or alcohol in her system.
Holly Solomon was booked for aggravated assault and domestic violence, while her husband is still in critical condition, the Arizona Republic reported.