Republicans filed a lawsuit asking the judge to declare Trump as a winner or to annul the results. There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud.
The new lawsuit was filed after Clark County commissioners accepted the results of the election in the Las Vegas area, where more than 977,000 votes were tallied. Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria acknowledged 936 “discrepancies” among votes countywide. Gloria said officials identified six people who voted twice.
"If there is fraud, the usual response is to isolate fraudulent ballets and not count them — not to annul the election and overturn the will of the people," reported the Washington Post.
Of the nearly 30 lawsuits filed by Republicans to get rid of ballots, only one, Trump v. Boockvar, succeeded. But that one merely codified preexisting guidelines and affected a small number of ballots in Pennsylvania.
Trump's 2016 campaign also alleged widespread voter fraud in the last presidential election, and created a voting integrity commission to investigate those claims. The commission disbanded in 2018 after finding no fraud.