There has been a record turnout in the US election – and a record number of postal votes, as states sought to make voting safe during the pandemic.
Most voters were allowed to post their ballots up to and including election day, even if they’re delivered after polling stations have closed.
The Trump campaign says these votes should only be counted if they were actually delivered on election day.
In the key battleground state of Pennsylvania the authorities say the record number of postal votes has put extra pressure on officials.
Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Clive Myrie in Philadelphia.
Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog