Vice President Mike Pence rejected an objection presented by Republican Rep. Mo Brooks to Nevada's electoral votes after their bid failed to include a signature from a senator.
The congressman said they objected to Nevada's electoral votes "in order to protect the lawful votes of Nevada and all other American citizens."
He noted, however, that "unfortunately" no senator had joined in their effort.
Nevada's votes were certified for President-elect Joe Biden.
Remember: Each objection must be put in writing and signed by both a congressman and senator in order for the joint session to be paused and the House and Senate adjourn to separately consider it.
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