I don't think that's happening. All the vaccines are still undergoing trials, FDA hasn't signed off on allowing anything beyond trials as of this moment, and even if they were to do so tomorrow, I don't see any vaccines coming out before the election.
And, as the above article states:
But moderate or severe harms—defined as being bad enough to interfere with daily life or needing medical care—were common too. Around one-third of people vaccinated with the Covid-19 vaccine without acetaminophen experienced moderate or severe chills, fatigue, headache, malaise, and/or feverishness. Close to 10 percent had a fever of at least 100.4 degrees, and just over one-fourth developed moderate or severe muscle aches. That’s a lot, in a young and healthy group of people—and the acetaminophen didn’t help much for most of those problems.
So, basically, w/ results like these you may as well go to a "COVID party" and risk only getting mild symptoms for a few months of immunity rather then a vaccination where it seems like there's a higher risk of getting more sever symptoms for a possible longer period of immunity.
Yeah, I don't see a vaccine being approved before the elections.