All eyes are on Texas this election day, including those of world-famous pop star Beyoncé.
The superstar took aim at Texans on Instagram just one day before the general election, telling them to "Come Thru."
The state, which has 38 electoral college votes up for grabs, is considered by some to be a swing state this year, after being historically red for the past 10 elections.
Come thru, Texas! #VOTE 😘
Texas broke its own record for voter turnout during early voting, with over 9.7 million citizens casting their ballots.
Beyoncé's support for lone star state is not a surprise, as she is actually a Texas native.
She grew up in the largest city in Texas, Houston, where she learned to sing and dance, something she's gotten pretty good at you could say.
TEXAS !!!! Biden up by THREE in latest poll by Dallas Morning News. Yes. One poll does not an election make. And… https://t.co/hqOFG4CpBW— Tomi T Ahonen (@Tomi T Ahonen) 1603637240.0
While some Texas Republicans, including Governor Greg Abbott, think there is no way the state goes blue.
Nope. Not gonna happen. Democrats’ dreams will be crushed again. Texas is staying Red!!! #KeepTexasRed https://t.co/Wsovqwt5L2— Greg Abbott (@Greg Abbott) 1604250903.0
The polls close in Texas at 7 p.m. Central Standard Time on election day, which will then leave the country eagerly waiting to see where all 38 of Texas' electoral college votes will land.