Joe Biden, Dr. Jill Biden
Joe Biden has joined millions of Americans by casting an early ballot ahead of Election Day on November 3.
Biden, 77, voted in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, at the Carvel State Office Building with his wife Dr. Jill Biden on Wednesday.
"We voted," he wrote alongside the photo.
While in Wilmington, Biden delivered some remarks about the Affordable Care Act, saying that he has his own proposal that "relates" to how the bill can be improved, NPR reported Wednesday.
"I’m not running on the false promise of being able to end this pandemic by flipping a switch," Biden said, according to the outlet. "But what I can promise you is this: We will start on Day 1 doing the right things. We’ll let science drive our decisions. We will deal honestly with the American people. And we will never, ever, ever quit."
On Saturday, Trump, 74, voted in West Palm Beach, Florida, at the West Palm Beach Main Library.
"I voted for a guy named Trump," he told reporters after casting his ballot, PEOPLE previously reported.
On Twitter, he wrote, "JUST VOTED. A great honor!"
Early voting records have been shattered this year, amid concerns over mail-in voting and standing in crowds on Election Day during the pandemic.
According to the U.S. Elections Project, more than 75.5 million Americans have already voted in-person or sent in their mail-in ballots as of Wednesday.
That's more than 54 percent of the total votes counted in the 2016 general election, according to the project.