Voters Turn Out for Second Day of Early Voting in Florida

Voters lined up for the second day of early voting on Tuesday morning, October 20, after Florida reported a record number of early voters the previous day.

Reports said that more than 350,000 ballots were cast on Monday, the first day of early voting for most Florida counties.

Sabrina Javellana, the vice mayor of Hallandale Beach, a city in south Florida, shared this footage on Tuesday morning, reporting that more than 40 voters were waiting in line before the polls opened at 7 am at the Cultural Community Center.

“I’ve never seen enthusiasm and turnout like this in Hallandale Beach,” she said in a tweet. Credit: Sabrina Javellana via Storyful