The latest Associated Press tally says that 16 House races have yet to be called from last week's U.S. Election.
"I think if the President and his team have real evidence of widespread voter fraud they should come forward with it," Larry Hogan said.
The President-elect on Tuesday stressed that "one of the urgent things that need to be done is people need relief right now."
Republican Senator Pat Toomey stopped short of fully acknowledging that President-elect Joe Biden had won the election but reportedly urged President Donald Trump to allow the transition process between administrations to begin.
Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz said that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp did not put the Republican Party "in the best position to win" the election.
"In two months we're going to have a new president and that's a fact," said outgoing Republican Congressman Denver Riggleman of Virginia.
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"The President-elect and Vice President-elect are committed to building an administration that looks like America," read a Tuesday statement from the Biden-Harris Transition Team.
Republican Senators Roy Blunt and Ron Johnson are among those in the party who have publicly cast doubts on Trump's election loss.
"We know that when there's a recount, sometimes the person who's ahead goes up even more," Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said. "So you can't assume that a recount will favor Donald Trump."
Jaime Harrison previously served as the chair of the South Carolina Democratic Party before running his ultimately unsuccessful Senate campaign against Republican incumbent Lindsey Graham.
"He named names, he described explicitly what it is that he experienced, and we don't know what kind of pressure he has been under since he publicly made those statements," Tim Murtaugh, Director of Communications for the Trump campaign, said.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi are among the foreign leaders to have congratulated President-elect Joe Biden on winning the White House.
"These ideologues are once again trying to strip health coverage away from the American people... in the middle of a deadly pandemic," the Democratic president-elect said.
Bolton added that he thinks there are "very few people" in the U.S. government who believe that Trump sincerely won the presidential election.
"We had thousands and thousands of voters through there every day," the board's director said. "People who requested mail-in and absentee ballots were walking in their applications and then walking in their ballots also."
"There is a new generation of people who have seen through the scam of a two-party cartel," the spokesman of the Green Party told Newsweek. "They're ready to resist it and build alternatives and we welcome them to the fight."
Republicans are also less likely than Democrats to trust their local election officials to "do their job honestly."
Biden has secured at least 290 Electoral College votes—exceeding the 270 required to win the presidential election—but Trump has still not conceded.
The conservative talk-show host called for an investigation into voter fraud.
"I'm dismayed to hear the baseless claims from the president and his team and from many other elected Republican officials in Washington," GOP Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker said on Tuesday.
Dean Browning, a former Republican candidate to represent Pennsylvania in the U.S. House, faced scrutiny on Tuesday after posting a tweet in which he identified as a Black gay man who insisted "everything is so much better under Trump."
"If this is the beginning of a trend," House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith wrote Tuesday, "then the next 70 days will be precarious at best and downright dangerous at worst."
In a press release issued on Tuesday, Patrick's office wrote that, "starting today he will pay up to $1 million to incentivize, encourage and reward people to come forward and report voter fraud. Whistleblowers and tipsters should turn over their evidence to local law enforcement."
"The new U.S. administration should reconsider its inhumane behaviors toward other countries," Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said.
Joe Biden's Cabinet appointees will likely be crucial in moving his administration's agenda forward if Republicans retain control of the Senate.
Few aides and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have shown confidence that more economic relief will be doled out during Trump's final days in office.
The account mocking the sorrow of Trump loyalists has been suspended by the social networking service.
"I think we should give no quarter to any Cabinet appointment," Phillip Agnew said while speaking during an event Monday night.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said moderate Democrats like Alabama's Senator Doug Jones see the same structural issues within the Democratic Party.