CAPE CORAL, Fla — As early voting ends, all eyes are now set on election day.
City First Church in Cape Coral is a local polling location and this morning they received a shipment of election equipment.
So far, we have seen record-breaking numbers for early voters.
More than 8.7 million early voter ballots have already been cast this election in Florida.
And the race is only continuing to tighten.
Former Vice President Joe Biden's lead in the state is growing smaller and smaller by the day.
President Donald Trump is predicting a massive 'Red Wave' ahead of election day to help him out in the polls.
Political experts from the New York Times say the president needs a large turnout at the polls on election day to combat the lead Biden has from early voting.
Right here in Cape Coral, Republicans are doing their part to ensure the president is re-elected for four more years.
The group hosted a Trump truck parade yesterday to draw undecided voters to the polls.
"Everybody get out and vote! If you haven’t done it already, find your polling place and get out and bring 10 friends and tell them to bring 10 friends. We have to do it," Trump Parade Organizer Russell Costanzo says.
All polling locations in Lee County open tomorrow will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.