With 99% of votes counted, Democratic challenger Joe Biden has taken a slim lead (about 20,000 votes right now) over President Donald Trump in the Midwestern industrial state of Wisconsin.
Trump beat Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin by less than 30,000 votes back in 2016 in a major upset.
Despite Biden's slim lead, the race remains too close to be projected.
Wisconsin could be pivotal in determining who wins the White House.
Tim is one of the few Biden voters where he lives. When his sign went missing, he got some unexpected help.
Just ahead of the election, the US is seeing what could be the largest outbreak of the pandemic so far.
By Tamara Gil
BBC Mundo, Wisconsin
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BBC News, Washington
Jacob Blake was accompanied by his attorney, Patrick Cafferty, during the virtual hearing.
How did Democratic nominee Joe Biden's visit to America's latest racial flashpoint compare with the president's?
Visiting Kenosha, Wisconsin, the US president says police officers are "under tremendous pressure".