After gallons of coffee, or maybe even something a bit stronger, it's fair to say some people are beginning to grow tired of the seemingly never-ending election race.

Among those people is none other than Joe Biden, who admitted the process is 'numbing' in his latest remarks.

Biden has urged voters to be patient in waiting for the election results.

It'd be an under-exaggeration to say that the election has dragged on. At this point it feels like it's been stretched around the world several times, and threatens to go round once more.

Biden is also feeling the frustration...

But urged Americans to hang in there and trust the system, as by the end of it he predicts a 'huge win'.

Biden seems to be edging closer to the White House.

Although the Democrat has refused to declare himself victorious in the presidential election, many in his camp have been referring to him as 'president-elect', such is the confidence that he'll be the next man in the White House.

In Delaware he assured supporters that 'we'll win this race'.

Biden spoke of how proud he was of how they'd done across the entire country, reclaiming states that had turned from blue to red in 2016.

He also claimed they're 'on track for 300 electoral votes'.

Before assuring the country that he'll get the current pandemic under control and help save lives.

But perhaps most emphatically, he denounced any possibility of vote counting stopping.

Keep scrolling for his comments, after a quick recap of key moments from the election so far...

20. Joe Biden visits his son's grave.

Joe Biden decided to kick-off his election day by heading to Wilmington, Delaware in order to visit his son, Beau's, grave before joining the members of his campaign later on.

19. Donald Trump prematurely announces election win.

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Despite there being no indication as to who would take the crown, Donald Trump announced that he had won the election. This was a false statement on behalf of the president, who was condemned by the Biden campaign and several Republicans who referred to the claim as "outrageous."

18. The highest voter turnout was announced.

This number has been the highest it's ever been since 1990.

17. The state of Nevada announced that they will not be revealing any data until Thursday.

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According to the live update system presented by The Associated Press, Biden is currently leading with 67% of the votes counted and half a per cent in the numbers. Nevada is a key state for both campaigns.

16. Donald Trump accuses the Democrats of trying to "steal" the election.

"We are up BIG, but they are trying to STEAL the Election," he writes. "We will never let them do it. Votes cannot be cast after the Polls are closed!"

15. Wisconsin splits.

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While it seems as though the state turned red back in 2016, Wisconsin is now teetering between the two with some projections claiming it might be turning blue this election.

14. Donald Trump secures Florida, Ohio, and Iowa.

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These victories have put him on the right path to re-election, though Biden is making things difficult for him as he secured Minnesota and Wisconsin.

13. Both campaigns announce that they're "on the right path."

It seems as though both parties are confident that their selected nominee is going to win this one.

12. Biden tells his supporters to "keep the faith."

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While the early statistics favored Donald Trump, Joe Biden hit the stage in Delaware to thank all of his fans and supporters and to also remind them to "keep the faith."

11. Donald Trump tells workers to "stop counting."

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According to CNN, this was an "attack" on democracy. White House reporter, Stephen Collinson, analyzed the remarks and concluded: "Trump's remarks essentially amounted to a demand for the legally cast votes of American citizens not to be recorded in a historic act of disenfranchisement. And they brought closer the potential constitutional nightmare that many have feared since Trump started to tarnish an election that he apparently worried he could lose months ago."

10. Biden was declared the winner of Wisconsin.

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In 2016, Wisconsin sat comfortably as a red state, but 4 years later, Joe Biden has secured it and it's 10 electoral votes.

9. "The Squad" all win their re-election.

Democrats Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley have all won re-election in their respective states.

8. Donald Trump raises speculation on election credibility.

On a Twitter rant, the president claimed that things had taken a "strange" turn after he was leading last night when the early figures showed he was leading in almost all battleground and swing states, even though many journalists and political advisors have claimed that there is no evidence of voter fraud in any state.

7. Donald trump's tweets are restricted on Twitter.

With the label "Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about an election or other civic process," the president's tweets get restricted on the Twitter platform as he continues his rant online.

6. The final winning paths are laid out.

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The Guardian outlined the winner's paths. Biden: "Biden had many paths to find his remaining 32 electoral votes. His most likely path lay through the Great Lakes states, where Pennsylvania and Michigan combined would net 36 votes. Without Pennsylvania, Biden could win by winning Michigan, Wisconsin, and Nevada, where he held a clear but narrow lead. A Biden victory in either of the two reddest states in the mix – Georgia or North Carolina – would almost certainly foretell wins elsewhere and a Biden victory. Trump: "The simplest way for Trump to find the 54 electoral votes he needs would be to win Pennsylvania and at least three other states. If he does not win Pennsylvania, Trump must make a clean sweep of all five remaining states to get to 270."

5. Joe Biden receives more votes than any other presidential candidate in history.

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The previous record was held by former president of the United States, Barack Obama, and has now been taken over by Joe Biden who currently stands at 70,147,282 at the time of writing.

4. Trump campaign announces that they will file for a recount in Wisconsin.

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Bill Stepien, the campaign manager released this statement: “There have been reports of irregularities in several Wisconsin counties which raise serious doubts about the validity of the results. The President is well within the threshold to request a recount and we will immediately do so." However, as I have mentioned previously, there has still not been any evidence of voter fraud.

3. The Democratic nominee in Maine conceded defeat.

Susan Collins announced her Democratic challenger, Sara Gideon, had conceded the race while speaking to supporters so Donald Trump has won the lone electoral vote from Maine’s 2nd congressional district even though Joe Biden has carried the overall state.

2. Donald Trump files a lawsuit in Pennsylvania.

The current president has filed several lawsuits, one now targeting Pennsylvania, a state that he was projected to win. He has also tweeted that he's had a "big legal win" in the state, even though no evidence has yet been supplied to back it up.

1. Joe Biden wins Michigan.

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Just minutes before the final results came in, Biden was projected to win Michigan by a narrow margin and those dreams have finally come true as he manages to clinch the victory. But the winner of the election is still undecided as ballots continue to be counted in the final states: Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.

Today Biden appeared in Delaware to deliver a speech, saying he's confident he'll win the race.

"We don’t have a final declaration of victory yet, but the numbers tells us a clear and convincing story," he said. "We’re going to win this race. “One of the things I’m especially proud of is how well we’ve done across America," he added.

He went on to thank voters for their patience.

“I know watching these vote tallies can be very slow. It can be numbing," he said. "Never forget the tallies aren't just numbers they represent votes and voters — men and women who exercise their fundamental right to have their voice heard."

He has clear intentions when it comes to controlling the coronavirus in America...

Adding: "I want everyone, everyone to know on day 1, we’re gonna put our plan to control this virus into action. We can’t save any of the lives lost...but we can save a lot of lives in the months ahead."

He then challenged Donald Trump's attempts to stop votes being counted.

"We need to remain calm, patient, and let the process work out as we count all the votes. We are proving again what we have proved for 244 years in this country - democracy works," he said.
“Your vote will be counted. I don’t care how hard people try to stop it. I will not let it happen. The people will be heard and our journey to a more perfect union goes on."