Ballot counting in the state of Michigan has been ruled fair, according to the state's Third Circuit Court.
On Friday, the court denied a petition that would have required Detroit and Wayne County to retain all ballot and poll books.
It would have also prevented election results in the county from being certified.
A group called "The Election Integrity Fund" challenged election results earlier this week, alleging there was a shortage of bipartisan inspectors, and misconduct with ballot handling.
Chief Judge Timothy Kenney of the court called the allegations "mere speculation."