Ron Morrison got his first tattoo Wednesday, and he went all-in with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
"Instead of talking about her winning…I wanted to do something to prove it put my money where my mouth is," Morrison said.
Morrison chose Brooks Wilson of Sacred Art Tattoos to take a drawing of Clinton and turn it into a dramatic piece of body-art.
"At first I thought he was joking. Hell, he came back and we did it," Wilson said. "I had a good time with it. We had a good time with it," he said.
A good time that will last a lifetime for Morrison, who said if Clinton doesn't win the oval office, at the very least he has a story to tell.
"It is absolutely gorgeous. I couldn't ask for a better one," Morrison told FOX 13. "She kind of looks like my mom when she was 20 or 30. I can always put 'mom' under it, I guess, but I like the way it looks."
He's at least the second person in the Bay Area to get a candidate tattoo. Several weeks ago, a St. Pete man got Donald Trump's face tattooed on his leg.