The Democratic Party of the Northern Marianas has complained of irregularities in the way last week's poll was conducted.
It has requested that the Commonwealth Election Commission allow it to inspect all used, defaced, and unused ballots, documents, records, video recordings, and other election-related items.
The party claims there were several irregularities that may call into question the validity of the election results.
The election was delayed a week due to the destruction wrought by Super Typhoon Yutu.
The typhoon knocked out the power grid, making most polling places dependent on generator power and also made unusable a couple of counting machines, forcing the Commission to borrow from neighbouring Guam.