After several hours of anticipation, Wisconsin on Wednesday announced that Democratic nominee Joe Biden won the state and its 10 electoral votes. 

Biden edged Trump, 49.4% to 48.8%. As of Wednesday at 3:40 p.m ET, the vote tally showed Biden at 1,630,389, while Trump was at 1,609,879.

In the early hours Wednesday, Biden overtook Trump when Milwaukee reported its roughly 170,000 absentee votes. Biden also added to his lead with late vote counts in the cities of Green Bay and Kenosha.

The Trump campaign has called for a recount in the state, with Biden winning by just over a 20,000-vote margin. Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien has claimed there are “reports of irregularities” in several Wisconsin counties, “which raise serious doubts about the validity of the results.” 

In 2016, Trump pulled off an upset win in Wisconsin against Hilary Clinton by a narrow 0.77% margin, 47.2% to 46.4%.

Trump and Biden made several trips to Wisconsin during the campaign. They both made stops in Kenosha, where 29-year-old African-American man Jacob Blake was shot by a white police officer in late August. Amid civil unrest in the city, Trump touted his “law and order” message, while Biden spoke about racial justice.

Biden also won the key battleground state of Minnesota, while Fox News and the Associated Press have reported that he won Arizona.

It’s still unclear who will win in Pennsylvania and Michigan.