President-elect Donald Trump was set to appear in the Sunshine State Friday night to thank Floridians after winning the crucial state in November. Trump planned to speak at 7 p.m. EST at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in west Orlando.

Vice President-elect Mike Pence, Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi were scheduled to appear alongside the president-elect.

The speech will be aired live on CNN and Fox News and can be live streamed in the broadcast below.

Florida, a swing state, was integral to Trump’s win in November. He snagged the state's 29 Electoral College votes by garnering 49.1 percent of the vote to Hillary Clinton’s 47.8 percent.

“It bodes well for Orlando that Trump is coming here,” Rich Crotty, former Orange County mayor and delegate to the Republican National Committee, told the Orlando Sentinel. “It gets some focus on Central Florida.”

Orange County, where Orlando is located, is one of the areas in the state that Trump lost to Clinton. He won only 35.7 percent of the county’s vote compared with Clinton’s 60.4 percent, leading some to question why he picked Orlando as a site for his rally.

“Orange County doesn’t like Donald Trump. Why is he coming back here?” Democratic state Representative Carlos Guillermo Smith told the Sentinel. “Literally, Orange County rejected Republicans’ message of bigotry and misogyny very loudly and very clearly.”

Trump campaigned aggressively in the state and planned to fundraise before the rally Friday. The stop is part of his “U.S.A. Thank You Tour 2016,” which began Dec. 1 and planned to stop once in all 31 states he won.

At a stop in Pennsylvania Thursday, Trump spoke to a crowd of 10,000 supporters and emphasized patriotism and a focus on American manufacturing.  The next stop on the tour will take place Saturday at a football stadium in Mobile, Alabama.