The Senate rejected the challenge to the Senate’s Arizona Electoral College with a 93:6 vote, while the House of Representatives rejected the challenge with a 303:121 vote. Regarding the challenge from Pennsylvania, the Senate vetoed it 92:7 and was also vetoed in the House of Representatives.
A group of people broke into Capitol Hill on the afternoon of the 6th, forcing members, staff and reporters to evacuate Capitol Hill for several hours. Some members of the Senate and House of Representatives withdrew their efforts to challenge the results of the Electoral College, but Senator Holly refused. concession.
Holly said: “What we are doing here tonight (challenging the results of the Electoral College) is actually very important, because for those who are concerned about our election integrity, and those who are concerned about what happened last November, this challenge is to make These opposing voices and people’s concerns are heard in the right way, and Congress is also the most legal place to (voicing these opposing voices).”
After the resumption of the joint meeting of the Senate and House of Representatives, Texas Senator Cruz, Missouri Senator Holley, Mississippi State Representative Cindy Hyde- Smith, Alabama State Representative Tommy tuberville, Louisiana Rep. John Kennedy and Kansas Rep. Roger Marshall joined forces to challenge the results of the Arizona Electoral College. After a debate, the two houses voted to reject the challenge.
Then Senator Holly and Pennsylvania Rep. Scott Perry challenged the results of the Electoral College of Pennsylvania. Perry said that his challenge won the support of 80 Rep. However, the Senate vetoed the challenge 92:7, and the challenge of the House of Representatives did not succeed.
Since no other state has won the challenge, the Republicans in Congress have failed their efforts to challenge the results of the 2020 election.