Joe Biden will reportedly address the nation on Friday evening.
Biden will be joined by his vice presidential nominee, Senator Kamala Harris, who will make brief remarks before Biden delivers his speech, CNN reported.
It’s unclear if Biden will declare victory in the 2020 presidential race in the speech, as a number of states that he needs to carry to reach 270 electoral votes have not been called in his favor.
Here’s what we know about Biden’s planned speech so far:
What time will Biden speak?
Biden is expected to deliver his address to the nation around 8 p.m. from a stage in Wilmington, Delaware.
What channels will air the speech?
Most of the major news networks and cable stations, including CNN, NBC News, MSNBC and Fox News, have been streaming their rolling coverage of the 2020 election online since Tuesday and will likely carry the speech.
Where does Joe Biden currently stand in the 2020 presidential election? Is this his victory speech?
It’s unclear if he’ll declare victory in the speech as the race has not been called by any major news network or outlet.
Biden still needs to carry either Pennsylvania, or some combination of Nevada, Georgia and Arizona to reach the 270 votes need to win the election.
He currently leads in all states, but tens of thousands of ballots have yet to be counted.