All eyes remain on one race in Hawaii.
The battle between Brian Schatz and Colleen Hanabusa remains undecided because two precincts from the Big Island were not able to vote because of the recent storms.
Those voters have been sent absentee ballots, meaning they could ultimately decide the race.
It was a suspenseful evening for the Schatz campaign.
With a lead of nearly 1,800 votes, Schatz is confident about his chances to advance and represent the Democratic party in the general election.
"We’re not quite celebrating yet," said Schatz.
"We’re pleased with the lead. It's not massive but it’s a good solid lead with the amount of votes that remain to be counted," said Schatz.
The focus now shifts to the Puna area where two precincts have the chance to decide this election, but the Senator focused on the humanitarian effort there for now.
"The first thing for the people in the Puna district is to recover and to make sure people are okay. The second thing is to move on with the election," said Schatz.
Schatz rallied his supporters at the end of the night and shared what his daughter told him on the ride over to the gathering.
"She said, 'I'm happy but I'm tired,'" said Schatz.
It could be a long time before this race is decided.