Rep. Mike Kelly is asking the Supreme Court docket to annul Biden's win over Trump in Pennsylvania because it questions the mail-in voting rule
U.S. Representative Mike Kelly (R-PA) speaks during a hearing before the House Ways and Means Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
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A Republican Congressman from Pennsylvania on Tuesday called on the Supreme Court to issue an emergency order that would prevent his state from taking any further action to confirm its election results, which show President-elect Joe Biden won over President Donald Trump.
Rep. Mike Kelly's request comes after Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf confirmed the former Democratic vice president won the state and won his 20 votes for the electoral college.
In light of this, Kelly asked the Supreme Court to "overturn" Wolf's certification and any other measures that would legally validate Biden's victory. His filing Tuesday also asked the Supreme Court to appeal his challenge to a change to mail-in voting rules in the state.
The motion relates to a previous case filed in state courts in which Kelly alleged that Pennsylvania's lawmakers violated the state's constitution by allowing apologetic absentee voting in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismissed that claim earlier this week.
Biden is currently projected to win 306 electoral college votes, 36 more than it takes to claim a victory in the White House race.
Trump has refused to admit Biden, falsely claiming that he won the election and that there was widespread electoral fraud.
Earlier on Tuesday, US Attorney General William Barr said the Justice Department had found no evidence of widespread fraud that would have undone Biden's planned victory.
Trump's campaign and his allies have repeatedly lost or withdrawn lawsuits attempting to invalidate ballot papers for Biden in several battlefield states.