couple of key aspects with respect to getting these cases to the SC is:
-get away from potentially corrupted judges at the lower levels who's actions could result in dragging things out, eating up valuable time
-get a 'uniform' set of rulings from the top court on 'similar' issues that can help streamline exposure of fraudulent votes.
-with respect to the dominion software 'glitches', vote dumps, and other suspect activities that are being reported. For all of the states that use these corrupted machines? One ruling can apply to all of the data with regard to how it will be 'viewed/interpreted/challenged', etc
yep, the sooner it gets up there the better... we know the dems are trying to bury evidence, hide things, run out the time clock in order to try and create a Constitutional crisis (Jan date for swearing in).. so again, the sooner it gets up there and gets the way forward 'defined', the better..
(note, love to see the dems gleeful that the legal challenges are being denied 'locally'. I suspect Team Trump is not too upset about it...)