In Arizona, Kelli Ward, who got tired of losing elections on her own account and instead decided to ruin the state's whole Republican party, got her case tossed out for waiting to long to file and presenting exactly zero evidence of fraud. Similarly in Nevada, Carson City District Judge James Russell was unimpressed with the GOP plaintiffs' list of rando witnesses describing rampant electoral fraud. The phrases "contestants did not prove under any standard of proof" appears literally dozens of times in the order granting dismissal.
A suit in Minnesota was dismissed because the Republican plaintiffs couldn't even be bothered to serve the right county officials, while the Trump campaign's Michigan case seeking to enjoin certification of the election was mooted out because certification already happened two weeks ago.
For these reasons, the Court finds that Plaintiffs are far from likely to succeed in this matter. In fact, this lawsuit seems to be less about achieving the relief Plaintiffs seek—as much of that relief is beyond the power of this Court— and more about the impact of their allegations on People's faith in the democratic process and their trust in our government. Plaintiffs ask this Court to ignore the orderly statutory scheme established to challenge elections and to ignore the will of millions of voters. This, the Court cannot, and will not, do.
The People have spoken.