Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta gave fiery remarks to supporters early Wednesday, declaring the presidential election is still too close to call.
"She is not done yet!" Podesta shouted to cheers at the Javits Center in Manhattan.
Clinton did not appear herself at the rally, which Democrats had hoped would be a victory celebration. NBC News has not yet projected a winner in the presidential race, but Donald Trump enjoyed an easier projected path to 270 electoral votes than Clinton as Podesta spoke.
Podesta's defiant speech showed the Clinton campaign may not yet be prepared to concede the race, a point of controversy when her rival Trump previously said he might not concede himself.
"I can say we can wait a little longer can't we? They're still counting votes and every vote should count. Several states are too close to call, so we're not going to have anything more to say tonight," Podesta said.
Trump is projected to win key states Ohio and North Carolina, while he is the apparent winner in Florida, according to NBC News. The margin in Florida, though, was extremely tight.