WISCONSIN-- Wisconsin Congressman Tom Tiffany was one of many who objected to certifying President-Elect Joe Biden's victory during the certification process this week.
"The reason I did that was because of the election improprieties that are going on in various states around America, including Wisconsin," said Rep. Tiffany.
While there has been no proven voter fraud, Tiffany, who represents Wisconsin's 7th Congressional District, objected to votes in both Arizona and Pennsylvania.
He says lack of election transparency was a key issue behind his choice.
"We need to clean this up. In order to have integrity, we have to have transparency, and that should be our next goal as we go forward, to have greater transparency with how our elections are run in every state in America," said Rep. Tiffany.
As for voting in Wisconsin, Tiffany says there are areas of improvement he wants to focus on in order to avoid situations like this again.
Saying Wisconsin's higher courts need to make election laws clear to avoid any confusion or mistrust.
"The Wisconsin Supreme Court really needs to step in and clarify what the law is here in Wisconsin because I believe it is very clear, but it's up to the court to clarify these differences," said Rep. Tiffany.
Tiffany is hoping to keep the conversation going as our country moves forward with a new administration.
Regarding the attack on the Capitol Wednesday, Tiffany said there needs to be an investigation, and those involved should be charged to the fullest extent of the law.
He also said he will be attending Biden's inauguration in just a couple of weeks.