Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has adjourned the Senate until November 9.
The move ends the prospect of an additional coronavirus stimulus deal being reached before Election Day.
Democrats and Republicans have been at odds over the terms of a deal, with Senate Democrats last week blocking a "skinny" $500 million bill re-proposed by Republicans.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Monday motioned for the Senate to adjourn until November 9.
David Popp, a representative for McConnell, told Business Insider there was "nothing to add" to what he described as McConnell's "extensive remarks on the continued Democrat filibuster on COVID relief in the Senate.".
Republicans and Democrats have increasingly sparred as the election approaches, particularly over additional federal coronavirus relief and Barrett's nomination.
McConnell effectively torpedoed a stimulus bill of $1.8 trillion to $2.2 trillion earlier this month that Democrats had been negotiating with the White House. »