NEVADA (CNN) — A Nevada court judge denied a request Tuesday from Donald Trump campaign lawyers to issue an order directing a county registrar of voters to preserve and separate ballots from voting machines in four early voting sites in Clark County, Nevada.

Judge Gloria Sturman, of the District Court for Clark County Nevada, ruled from the bench, saying County Registrar of Voters Joe P. Gloria was already obligated by state law to maintain the records that the Trump campaign is seeking.

READ MORE: NEXT Weather Alert: Dangerous Heat, Excessive Humidity To Peak Before Philadelphia Region Feels Relief

Voter Resource Guide

The judge at times expressed frustration with Brian Hardy, a lawyer for the Trump campaign.

READ MORE: Study Finds It Will Cost Nearly $900 To Take Family Of Four To Eagles Game In Three Years

“I am not ordering him (Gloria) to preserve anything,” she said, adding, “This is Election Day. He has other things to be doing.”

2016 Guide To Election Day Freebies

MORE NEWS: Serena Williams Hints At Retirement, Says She's "Evolving Away From Tennis"

The-CNN-Wire ™ & © 2016 Cable News Network, Inc., a Time Warner Company. All rights reserved.