The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected Ohio Secretary of State John Husted’s final possible appeal attempting to block weekend voting hours for Ohio residents the weekend before Election Day.

Secretary Husted had refused to follow last week’s federal appellate court decision, in which a third judge panel ruled in favor of the Ohio campaign and the Ohio Democratic Party and blocked a state law which would have limited early voting hours.

In September, Secretary Husted fired two local boards of elections members for refusing to follow his directive which barred voting hours the weekend before Election Day.

The Supreme Court rejected the appeal with only one line: “The application for stay presented to Justice [Elena] Kagan and her refereed to the Court is denied.”