WSIL -- Trump supporters in southern Illinois came together to rally the base across multiple communities.
Around 400 vehicles made their way from Marion to Murphysboro in what they call a Trump Train.
Trump supporters met at the Marion Mall parking lot and were cheered on by spectators who stood at over-passes and curbsides as the train of vehicles made its way on Route 13.
Many drivers waved flags flying in support of the president's re-election, while other honked their horns and cheered.
The Trump Train streamed live on social media with supporters saying "they want President Trump to hear their voice."
According to ABC, President Trump made several campaign stops on Saturday. The first being Muskegon, Michigan and then to Wisconsin.
Meanwhile, Vice President Mike Pence made a stop in Pennsylvania.
Joe Biden took a break from the campaign trail after spending Friday in Detroit at a drive-in rally.