The November election is just 43 days away and people from all around
central Illinois gathered in Canton today to show their support for President Trump.
More than 90 vehicles formed what they called the Trump Train rally,
showing their support by decorating their cars, waving flags and even bearing Trump accessories.
"We're just a big group of people with the same values and we want to show our support," said rally attendee Kimberly Jones.
Trump supporters say it feels good to express their support for President Trump, calling themselves the silent majority.
"I think that President Trump needs all the support that he can get," said event organizer Brandi Mitchell. "We are just so excited to show him that we're proud and we want another four years."
The Trump Train rally drove through a number of different cities and lasted around an hour.