Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden has staked his claim to the US presidency claiming that he has the electoral college votes for a victory, declaring, "We the people will not surrender."
At last count, Biden is at 253 and Trump at 214.
"I'm not here to declare that we've won, but I am here to report that when the count is finished, we believe we will be the winners," he said on Wednesday in Delaware.
Biden's speech took on a certain decisiveness in tone as confidence grew with the Democratic party, with back to back wins in Wisconsin and Michigan. These wins are part of the Democratic effort to reclaim a key part of the "blue wall" that slipped away four years ago. It also narrows Donald Trump's path to reelection.
Biden's paths to the White House are expanding. Combining the latest wins with Nevada and Georgia would take him past the tape.
"I will govern as an American president," Biden said. "There will be no red states and blue states when we win. Just the United States of America."
Trump tweeted, "They are finding Biden votes all over the place — in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan. So bad for our Country!"