A tearful President-elect Joe Biden says goodbye to his home state on the eve of his inauguration.
Joe Biden is seen wearing a protective boot on his right foot, which he fractured playing with his dog.
In Joe Biden's home town of Wilmington, BBC World News hears anecdotes about the president-elect.
Democratic challenger Joe Biden is expected to give a speech from the Chase Center in downtown Wilmington, Delaware, in the coming minutes.
With results still trickling in, and several swing states still to be decided, Biden is not expected to declare victory or concede defeat.
Meanwhile, Trump is also expected to give some kind of speech tonight. He is hosting a watch party at the White House with some 400 attendees.
Delaware has just elected the first openly transgender state senator in US history, according to CBS, the BBC's US broadcast partner, and AP.
Sarah McBride will also become the highest-ranking transgender elected official ever to serve in America.
McBride, who worked as an intern in the Obama administration, currently holds the seat representing Delaware's first district, a Democratic area.
She's been an outspoken advocate for LGBT rights, previously serving as the national press secretary of the Human Rights Campaign advocacy group.
According to the LGBTQ Victory Fund, there are four openly transgender people currently serving in state legislatures.
Fund president Annise Parker said McBride's victory "gives hope to countless trans people looking toward a brighter future".
"Her victory will inspire more trans people to follow in her footsteps and run for public office."
The Democratic presidential candidate votes early in Delaware and answers questions on his healthcare plan.
By Owen Amos
BBC News, Delaware
President Obama revives his 'Yes We Can' battlecry in Ohio, but does America still believe it? Up All Night's Rhod Sharp is in Delaware to find out.