The key battleground states of Pennsylvania and Nevada have joined Michigan in certifying their election results despite legal challenges launched by the Trump campaign.
“Today @PAStateDept certified the results of the November 3 election in Pennsylvania for president and vice president of the United States,” Gov. Tom Wolf tweeted.
“As required by federal law, I’ve signed the Certificate of Ascertainment for the slate of electors for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.”
“Again, I want to thank the election officials who have administrated a fair and free election during an incredibly challenging time in our commonwealth and country’s history.”
“Our election workers have been under constant attack and they have performed admirably and honorably.”
Nevada officials also announced that the State’s Supreme Court certified Biden’s victory there.
Bob Bauer commented on the statement, citing Judge Michael Brann’s dismissal of the President’s legal bid to block results certification in Pennsylvania.
“Trump did everything he could to disenfranchise voters and stop the results from being certified in Pennsylvania, including filing over 15 unsuccessful lawsuits – most recently producing one of the more embarrassing courtroom performances of all time, with the judge in the case ruling that their arguments were ‘without merit’ and ‘unsupported by evidence’.”
“Trump did not succeed in Pennsylvania and he will not succeed anywhere else,” Bauer added.