The state of Arizona has certified on Monday Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's win in the state.

This is another blow to U.S. President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn his defeat in this year's presidential election.

Arizona State Secretary Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, certified the result of election in the state, according to a Fox News report.

This was done together with GOP Gov. Dough Ducey, Republican state Attorney General Mark Brnovich, and state Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Brutinel.

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Meanwhile, Wisconsin has also finalized their results hours after Arizona certified their overall state votes. Wisconsin has become the last of the remaining contested battleground states to finalize their results.

Biden was forecasted the winner in Arizona on Election Night by Fox New and Associated Press. A week later, other major news networks had projected Biden as the winner in the state.

The Democratic presidential nominee ended up leading in the state by just over 10,000 votes or three-tenths of one percent of the vote. Eleven electoral votes were still up for grabs in Arizona.

Biden has become the first Democrat since former President Bill Clinton to carry the state of Arizona. This was since 1996. He was only the third Democrat nominee since President Harry Truman in 1948.

Meanwhile, Wisconsin's state Elections Commission chair Ann Jacobs signed "the official state determination of the results of the Nov. 3, 2020 election."

This decision came a day after the completion of a partial recount requested by the Trump campaign. This confirmed Biden won Wisconsin by just over 20,000. The recount slightly tilted the results in Biden's favor.

Official certification of the Wisconsin vote is set to come on Tuesday. The Monday announcement provided a five-day leeway for Trump to file a lawsuit against the state of Wisconsin. Trump said on Saturday that he would bring a lawsuit in the state by Tuesday.

Trump has continued to refuse to concede to Biden, more than three weeks after news networks projected that Biden would win enough electoral votes to defeat Trump and become president-elect.

Trump's legal team filed a series of lawsuits against several key swing states. This in hopes to delay the certification of the election results. However, the legal hurdles thrown against the states have been unsuccessful as of now.

There had been a recount requested in Georgia by Trump, but it has also failed so fair to change Biden's victories.

Trump's defeat in Arizona, however, does not qualify for an automatic recount. This is due to the margin found was greater than a tenth of one percent.

Arizona Republican Party Chair Kelli Ward has implied that the state party will file a challenge to the results after they were certified.

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A GOP lawsuit forced a hand recount in Maricopa County was dismissed on Nov. 19 due to no evidence of voter fraud.

Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis, Trump's top two attorney, appeared on Monday in Phoenix for a "fact finding" meeting to discuss potential fraud in the election.

Trump has countlessly repeated that this year's election was a fraud, saying that it was a rigged election.