The Next State to Kick Trump Off Their Ballot: Michigan Follows in Colorado’s Footsteps



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This week, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that Donald Trump could not be on their state’s ballot for the 2024 presidential election because he allegedly took part in an “insurrection” on January 6, 2021 on Capitol Hill.
Now it seems, Colorado might not be the only state following this path.

Free Speech For the People appealed last week’s ruling by the state court of appeals that the Republican Party can place whomever they want on the ballot for its presidential primary, regardless of whether they’re qualified for the office or not.
The move potentially places the future of Trump’s candidacy before yet another state supreme court. The Minnesota Supreme Court already kept Trump on the ballot, likewise saying the courts can’t strike candidates from the primary ballot and inviting the plaintiffs to try again in the general election.

This legal Hail Mary that Democrats are trying to use will only make Trump stronger. It is a danger to democracy that the four radical justices on the…

— 🇺🇸 Mike Davis 🇺🇸 (December 22, 2023

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A ‘Major Threat’ to Trump’s Campaign

Business Insider wrote of the situation, “Trump being barred from Michigan’s ballot would be a major boon for the Democratic Party, especially if President Joe Biden is Trump’s opposition, as Biden only won the state in 2020 by less than 3 percentage points.”

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