The Pennsylvania congressional race between Democrat Conor Lamb and Republican Rick Saccone remains too close to call and will not be called until tomorrow, according to the Associated Press.
Local elections officials still counting absentee ballots as of late Tuesday.
Regardless of who is declared the winner, the result is expected to raise Democratic hopes of taking back the House in November's midterm elections and shake Republican self-assurance that their new tax law is an omnipotent offense and defense against the so-called "blue wave."
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee issued a statement late Tuesday declaring a Lamb victory.
“We were executing a plan that we came up with a long time ago that had nothing to do with the president,” Lamb told reporters after voting Tuesday morning.