(ABC News/AP) Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta made it clear in the early morning hours of Wednesday that the Clinton campaign is still fighting.
Speaking to supporters at the Javits Center in Manhattan at just after 2 a.m., Podesta assured them that Hillary Clinton is "not done yet."
Podesta acknowledged it had been a long night, but that "we can wait a little longer, can’t we?”
When Podesta took the stage, Trump was on the verge of having enough electoral votes to capture the presidency. Wisconsin's 10 votes would be enough to put him over the top.
Donald Trump is leading Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin but as of 2 a.m. Wednesday the race remained too close to call. With nearly all of the precincts reporting, Trump was hanging to a 3-point lead over Clinton. Should he prevail, Trump would be the first Republican presidential candidate to carry Wisconsin since Ronald Reagan in 1984.
Trump made Wisconsin a priority, campaigning in the state five times during the general election. Clinton didn't visit once. Polls consistently showed her ahead, but Trump was poised to prove them wrong.