Melania Trump votes in person in Florida

First lady Melania TrumpMelania TrumpJill Biden, Kate Middleton visit school together in first meeting Jill Biden wears 'LOVE' jacket 'to bring unity' to meeting with Boris Johnson White House gets back to pre-COVID-19 normality MORE voted in person in Palm Beach County, Fla., on Election Day.

The first lady arrived at the Morton and Barbara Mandel Recreation Center in Palm Beach to vote around 10 a.m. Trump, who has recovered from the novel coronavirus after her diagnosis last month, did not wear a mask when she entered the polling place. 

“It’s Election Day, so I wanted to come here to vote today for the election,” Trump replied when asked by a reporter why she didn’t vote early with her husband in Florida last month. 


President TrumpDonald TrumpKushner lands book deal, slated for release in 2022 Biden moves to undo Trump trade legacy with EU deal Progressives rave over Harrison's start at DNC MORE, who switched his residence from New York to Palm Beach County last year, cast his ballot in person during early voting in Florida on Oct. 24. Polls show Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenMellman: Trump voters cling to 2020 tale FDA authorizes another batch of J&J vaccine Cotton warns of China collecting athletes' DNA at 2022 Olympics MORE running neck and neck in the Sunshine State, a key battleground that Republicans view as crucial to Trump’s reelection.

The first lady spent time on the campaign trail to stump for her husband over the last several days. She delivered her first major speech on the campaign trail this cycle at an event in Pennsylvania one week ago and later appeared alongside the president at a rally in Florida. 

Vice President Pence and second lady Karen PenceKaren Sue PencePence buys .9M home in Indiana There is no pandemic recovery plan without the arts and culture Karen Pence confirms move back to Indiana: 'No place like home' MORE also cast their absentee ballots in person in their home state of Indiana during early voting on Oct. 23.