We now have a projected winner of the 2020 U.S. Presidential race: former Vice President Joe Biden.
WAAY 31 spoke with people in Madison County about how they're feeling about now knowing the results after waiting so long.
"Every vote obviously matters and it shows in this particular election," said Tiffany Draper.
Draper was one of the thousands of people who voted in-person on Election Day.
She says Saturday morning's news of the projected win for Biden and Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris was the best thing to hear.
People in the Rocket City said they're happy to take part in a historic election.
"To finally see something united for the American people. We're able to come together, we're able to go and vote, we're able to figure out who needs to go in office and take over for that, it's just one of those things we can finally check off," said a registered voter.
Across the nation, poll workers are still counting ballots one by one.
Because of how close the margin line is between President Donald Trump and projected winner Biden, many people say the meaning behind every vote matters means more to them now than ever.
"Here is something that really matters. It's something they can and have, now at this point, made a difference," said a voter.
With this projection, it had several people feeling hopeful.
"We'll see where he takes us, hopefully he does a good job and I'm in support," said Draper.