The Supreme Court declined to take up a case concerning Pennsylvania’s mail-in ballots on Tuesday, which was brought by a Republican congressman in the battleground state.
There was no comment issued with the move from the high court.
Rep. Mike Kelly, Pennsylvania Republican, had filed a pro-Trump lawsuit challenging his state’s mail-in ballot law in an attempt to toss them from the state’s tabulation.
He asked the high court to halt Pennsylvania’s certification of the results.
Presumptive President-elect Joseph R. Biden won Pennsylvania by more than 80,000 votes and is expected to receive the states 20 electoral votes.