From NBC's Adam Verdugo
Here's some guidance from on the ground in the unpredictable three-way Alaska Senate race.
Incumbent and write-in candidate Lisa Murkowski's campaign will only make remarks when they "know something," per an aide.
Their best guess on timing? Between 2 a.m. ET and 3 a.m. ET.
Murkowski has prepared three speeches, depending on the outcome.
One was described as a "clear outcome" speech that Murkowski will give if the "write-in" option definitely receives enough votes to trigger a count of the ballots.
She has also prepared a speech for an "unclear outcome" — if the vote tally is below that threshhold.
The third option is a "concession speech," which a Republican aide said was very unlikely tonight.