At least 350,000 ballots were cast in Florida during the first day of early voting there Monday, shattering the states in-person opening day record, according to Politico.
Vote-by-mail in the state has already seen massive turnout, with more than 2.5 million ballots collected heading into the first day of early voting. That's more than 20 percent of the total voter turnout the Sunshine State saw in 2016.
Monday's early voting saw long lines as voters showed up to cast their ballots, with some reportedly treated to pizza from singer Ariana Grande.
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More than 22 million ballots have already been cast this year, according to CNN.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, more Americans are choosing to vote by mail than ever before, even though Trump and other Republicans have repeatedly made disparaging comments about the voting method.
Colorado also said it set a "bonkers" 2,400 percent increase in early voting.