Steelers Maurkice Pouncey makes it well-known who he supports this Election Day

Pittsburgh's center has shared several stories to his Instagram showing support for Trump
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It’s Election Day across the United States and one Steeler is making it known who has his support.

Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey has posted several stories to his Instagram account Tuesday expressing his support for current President Donald Trump, who is running against Joe Biden.

One is a drawing of the Republican with a sweater, sunglasses and a chain on, counting money.

The next one is a Trump 2020 flag just below a ON1000 flag, most likely from his home in Florida. ON1000 is the workout enhancement supplements company he founded.

The third story appears to be his daughter holding a sign that says, “I Voted Trump 2020.”

That last story, at the time of publication appears to be of his other daughter holding a “Drain the Swamp” sign while standing on a “Trump 2020” carpet.

Back in April, Pouncey faced criticism from some fans after a video showed a Trump flag waving on his boat while he was on the water.

Pouncey posted an apology to law enforcement after he wore Antwon Rose Jr.’s name on the back of his helmet during the first game of the season.

Rose was shot by an East Pittsburgh Police Officer while fleeing a scene two years ago. That police officer was acquitted but the case stirred up issues of social justice in the area.

Pouncey is known for his charity work with both law enforcement in Pittsburgh and his home state of Florida.

Pouncey is not alone in making his support public. Lakers star LeBron James has endorsed the Democratic candidate Biden.