All of the protests from House Democrats were deemed invalid since their Senate counterparts did not join them, a requirement for such challenges.
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi acknowledged at a press conference earlier Friday that the protest was "not going to have an impact on the outcome of the election."
"That’s not the point," the California Democrat said. "But I think that people don’t want the day to pass without registering concern. In some cases, members are concerned about voter suppression. In some cases they are concerned about Russian influence on our election. There are a number of concerns."
Friday's proceedings were also interrupted at several points by protesters from the viewing area of the House chamber. U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson, D-Lithonia, later penned a letter expressing concern over the "excessive force" used to escort out the protesters.
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