Just a few feet away, two Giuliani supporters -- matronly women from the area -- were conspicuously talking about whom they would support next.
"Romney's better than McCain," Diane Bee, a Coconut Creek resident and a member of the Broward County Republican Party, told Egle Calvino of Coral Springs. "I don't know what I'm gonna do if that McCain gets in there!"
Giuliani started the day with his suit jacket off, in Sunny Isles Beach, at a diner called Wolfie Cohen's Rascal House. He had some coffee and raisin bran.
"I voted already," Jane Weintraub, a transplanted New Yorker, told Giuliani.
More than 440,000 Florida Republicans have already voted through early voting and absentee ballots. Giuliani's campaign banked on those early votes, which started a few weeks ago, before his plummet in Florida polls was apparent.
But ultimately those early ballots didn't mean bupkes, or beans.
ABC News' Jan Simmonds contributed to this report.