More GOP Voters Expected to Visit Polls Tomorrow

"President Trump Travels to Florida" (Public Domain) by The White House

Voter turnout is being tracked and monitored, especially as analysts predict which candidate is most poised to win the 2020 presidential election. Many Democrats continue to praise the seen surge in members of their party coming out to vote early or vote by mail.
However, early voting is not mutually exclusive to the Democrat Party; some Republicans have also opted to vote early. In the crucial battleground state of Florida, GOP early voters actually outweigh Democrats who chose to vote early.

However, many more Republicans are expected to vote tomorrow and in person on Election Day. Ronna McDaniel, the Republican National Committee chairwoman, furthermore predicts that tomorrow will mark a new surge in GOP votes which ultimately carries Trump to victory, per Breitbart News.

What to Know About Election Day Votes

During a Face The Nation sitdown, McDaniel explained the extent to which coronavirus has changed certain dynamics of the 2020 presidential election. As a result of the virus, many Democrats across the country have decided to vote early or absentee. However, this should not be mistaken for a drop in votes or support for the president.

McDaniel continued, stating that the nation will experience a “surge” of Republican voters tomorrow. GOP voters are likelier than their Democrat counterparts to vote in person; moreover, Republicans are in a very strong position with millions of volunteers and thousands of staff members across the nation.
The RNC chairwoman then informed Face the Nation that the RNC has contacted Republican voters over the past weekend to ensure they get out to the polls and vote on Tuesday, if they haven’t already. Ultimately, McDaniel professed that the increase in Republican votes tomorrow is why the GOP will win this election.

Rallies Across the Nation

With one day left until the 2020 presidential election comes to an end, the president and first family are continuing the hard work on the campaign trails.
Yesterday, Trump traveled to five different states, holding a rally in each of them. Today, the president is set to hold five more rallies; several of his adult children also have various scheduled appearances today.
Between the strong enthusiasm for Trump and the expected GOP voter surge tomorrow, the president’s base is quite fired up.
Do you think Tuesday will mark a surge in new Republican votes? Are you excited about President Trump winning another four years in the White House? Let us know what you believe will happen in the comments section below!