"It was a very secure vote".
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that former United States president Barack Obama has sent a passionate message to young voters and urged them to "create a new normal" by electing Joe Biden as president.
By voting early, the 74-year-old Republican leader became one of the almost 55 million Americans who cast early ballots amid the COVID-19 pandemic that made in-person voting hard.
His team of researchers found that votes cast by youth as of October 21 have surpassed the 2016 presidential margin of victory from the same date, especially in battleground Florida.
"At the debate on Thursday night Donald Trump said, and is still saying, we're rounding the corner. That's what voting is about, not making things flawless, but making things better", he said.
"The numbers are especially dramatic in Florida where we have seen over 250,000 young people vote", Junco told Click Orlando. Democrats lead in voting by mail in Florida, 1,610,564 to 1,041,525.
Biden told supporters in Pennsylvania that he misses up-close campaigning, but doesn't want his events to "superspreaders" a barb seemingly aimed at President Donald Trump, who's set to hold a trio of big rallies later Saturday at a time of rising coronavirus cases.
Trump is waging a frenetic last-ditch drive to catch up with Biden in the final days of the race, with rallies planned Saturday in North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin, all of them battleground states. A Reuters/Ipsos poll released earlier this week showed Biden with a four percentage point advantage over Trump in the state, down from seven points the week before.
Biden will turn his attention to Pennsylvania, where polls show him narrowly leading Trump in a state crucial to both of their candidacies. Obama, still popular in the party almost four years after leaving office, delivered a blistering attack on Trump's leadership when he made his 2020 campaign-trail debut in Pennsylvania on Wednesday.