Why it matters: None of the legal actions was poised to change the outcome, but the effort could delegitimize the 2020 election in the eyes of millions of Trump supporters even if the final math based on legitimate counts show Joe Biden the winner.

The big picture: The lawsuits themselves aren’t raising issues big enough to turn the election in Trump’s favor, and the claims they do make are often failing in the courts.

“It’s difficult to see the long-term winning strategy behind these lawsuits,” Republican elections attorney Ben Ginsberg told Axios. “To mix metaphors, it looks like throwing the kitchen sink at the wall and see what sticks.”

Where it stands: Here’s a rundown of the specific arguments the Trump campaign is making in each state, and the latest developments in all of that litigation.