Nov. 21 (UPI) — The heads of the Michigan Republican Occasion and the Republican Nationwide Committee issued a joint assertion Saturday asking the state’s canvassing board to delay certification of the 2020 presidential election.

Within the letter, Republican Nationwide Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel and Michigan Republican Chair Laura Cox advised the board adjourn for 14 days for a “full audit and investigation” earlier than certifying the state’s election outcomes.

Previous to the letter’s launch, Michigan’s Democratic secretary of state tweeted that an audit couldn’t be carried out till after the election is licensed.

On Friday, following a two-hour assembly with President Donald Trump, State Senate Republican chief Mike Shirkey and state Home Speaker Lee Chatfield stated they didn’t discover proof that may change the end result of the election — and that they’d used the assembly to ask the President for funding to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.

President-elect Joe Biden received Michigan by about 150,000 votes.

The state, one among a handful the place President Donald Trump has filed authorized challenges, is scheduled to certify election outcomes Monday.

Additionally on Saturday, a U.S. District Courtroom decide dismissed a Trump marketing campaign lawsuit that tried to invalidate thousands and thousands of Pennsylvania mail-in votes.

The Pennsylvania swimsuit was primarily the final main case in search of to throw out or block sufficient votes that might transfer a swing state within the incumbent’s favor.

The Saturday choice is the 30th loss or withdrawal of a case from the marketing campaign and its allies since Election Day.