President Donald Trump cast his early vote in Florida, a state that many analysts believe could set the course for the Nov. 3 general election.

The president voted in West Palm Beach, a city close to his Mar-a-Lago residence, which since 2019 has, for legal purposes, been his home address.

“I voted for a guy named Trump,” he joked to reporters.

At the public library where he came to vote, Republican supporters, with flags and signs, greeted him with applause and cheers.

Like many Americans, Trump decided to vote early. With 10 days to go before the election, nearly 50 million people have voted nationwide, and early voting has already surpassed the 2016 totals.

The tens of millions of ballots already cast show that there is a very enthusiastic group of voters looking to secure their vote amid the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic in the United States.

After casting his vote, President Trump resumed his campaigning in other states, while Vice President Mike Pence will speak in Lakeland and Tallahassee and continue to work on adding up Republican votes in Florida.

In the last stretch of the campaign, President Trump and Biden are visiting the swing states, those that do not have a clear candidate in the polls and that, according to experts, could define who will be the next president.

It is believed that the 29 electoral votes from Florida could be decisive in establishing who will govern the United States for the next four years.

In 2016, Trump won the state and the Republicans maintained their performance two years later, when midterm elections were held in the races for governor and senator with Ron DeSantis and Rick Scott winning, respectively.

Some 30,000 cars participated in the parade of vehicles on Oct. 10 in favor of President Trump’s re-election that took place in Miami, the place with the largest concentration of Latinos in the United States.

At the event, which was held at the Magic City Casino, participants waved flags in support of the president and displayed posters rejecting socialism and communism.

Parade organizer Orlando Gutiérrez-Boronat told Breitbart that the event was unprecedented in size and diversity.

According to a recent InsiderAdvantage poll, President Trump leads the voting intention in the Sunshine State with 46%. While Biden reaps 43%.

It should be noted that the founder of the consulting firm, Matt Towery, was one of the few pollsters who predicted President Trump’s victory in 2016.

Other swing states where both candidates are betting their chips are Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Nevada, Arizona, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Michigan.