With only days left until Election Day, both campaigns will be looking to make a final push for votes in the Sunshine State this weekend.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton spoke to a crowd of supporters at a rally in Pembroke Pines on Saturday- urging people to vote early, making a final plea to undecided voters.
"I wanna be the president for everybody, everybody who agrees with me, people who don't agree with me, people who vote for me, people who don't vote for me," Clinton said.
Clinton returns to the sunshine state after attending a benefit concert in Cleveland put on by Jay z and Beyoncé.
Donald Trump, who was in Miami earlier this week for a rally at Bayfront Park, appeared in Tampa Saturday, and had some opinions about Jay Z's performance.
"He used language last night that was so bad, and then Hillary said, I did not like Donald Trump's Luke language," Trump said.
The Republican Nominee also talked about Obamacare premiums going up next year, and how that will affect Floridians. It's part of Trump's push to get undecided voters to pick him as the outsider for the White House.
"We are going to win so much, you're going to be so proud of your country, and hopefully you'll be proud of your president," Trump said.
Nearly 5.3 million Floridians have voted early in the Sunshine State, or nearly 41 percent of all active registered voters.
Numbers released by the state Division of Elections Friday show the number of voters casting ballots early during this year's presidential election is higher than in 2012. That year nearly 4.8 million Floridians either voted by mail or cast a ballot during early voting.