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Video: Election 2020: The Votes Are In. Now comes the wait.

[cheering] [truck honking] [cars honking] “Go back! Go back!” “… cannot stop the revolution!” “You cannot stop the revolution!” [cars honking] “We knew it was going to last a long time. But look, we feel good where we are. [cheering] We really do. [cheering and cars honking] I’m here to tell you tonight that we think we are on the right track to winning this election. “Yes.” [cheering and cars honking] “We knew from the unprecedented advance voting and postal voting that it was going to take some time. We’ll have to be patient until we – the hard work of counting the votes is done. And it’s not over until every vote is counted. [cheering] “Thank you. So we’re going to go to the Supreme Court of the United States. We want all voting to stop. We don’t want them to find ballots at 4 a.m. and add them to the list, d ‘agreement? [clapping] It’s, it’s very sad – it’s a very sad time. For me, it is a very sad moment. And we will win that. “My fellow Kentuckians, you have given me the honor of my life. I will always be grateful. “And just as I have for the past six years, I will spend the next six years working every day to live up to the honor you have bestowed upon me as a United States Senator. “It is time to put the poisonous politics of this era behind us and come together to move forward.” “This is the message I got: people love what I do and I will continue to do it.” [cheering] [laughs] “I got off so early that I was the first person in line to vote.” “I know people who have died from the virus. We have to put our arms around him, get a vaccine. “It’s election day, so I wanted to come here to vote today, election day.” [cheering] “It’s good to be home.” [cheering] [cars honking] “I feel great. After doing so many rallies, the voice gets a bit choppy, I think. [crowd laughs] God didn’t – designed it so far, but that, you know, look, we made a lot of it. [applause] “It’s going to be a big red wave coming in today. Hopefully Donald Trump wins. “” I’m 18 and finally voted for the first time, so – “” Today is a day that many of us have been waiting for four years. Who would have known we were this patient? [cheering] “I really feel that this election is very important, very vital for the country.”