With Biden ahead by 12,813 votes as of Tuesday night, the state’s Republican attorney general, Mark Brnovich, told Fox Business News that it was “highly unlikely” that Trump would catch up as remaining ballots are counted.

After looking into complaints about Sharpies used to mark ballots and conducting a random audit of election precincts, Brnovich also said he found no evidence of the kind of widespread fraud Trump has alleged.

Meantime, an attorney representing Trump’s re-election campaign attempted to convince a Maricopa County Superior Court judge to seal evidence he was submitting alleging poll workers incorrectly rejected votes.

But, the Arizona Republic reports, the judge rejected the request after opposing attorneys said the public “has a right to know how flimsy” the evidence is.