The Philly-based judge tossed the last-ditch effort from the Green Party candidate.
Federal Judge Paul Diamond heard arguments today.
"There is absolutely no evidence of any voting irregularities," the judge wrote.
Jill Stein, who asked followers to petition for the recount, got no new votes.
And the state's voting system is apparently "a national disgrace."
She did about twice as well as expected in Fishtown, Cedar Park, East Passyunk and Pennsport.
"The state court is ill-equipped to address this problem," said the campaign.
Stein: “American voters want a recount – and they deserve a recount."
They call her "the 1% candidate."
The matter must be settled by December 13th.
A recount is still unlikely -- and overturning of the results, even more so.
It's getting complicated.
The suit is on behalf of at least 100 state voters.
Jill Stein's effort is sputtering. By close of business Monday, the petitions had been filed from about 4 percent of the city's total voting divisions.
As of Sunday, the Green Party candidate was ISO thousands of volunteers.
It's kind of a longshot.
We emailed the Green Party presidential candidate on June 8. Her campaign replied on Oct. 6. Uh...thanks!