Big Progress On Kicking Trump Off Of The Ballot
A district court in Colorado rejected Trump's motion to dismiss the case to disqualify him from the ballot in 2024.
Trump tried to get the lawsuit disqualifying him from the 2024 ballot in Colorado thrown out of court, but a district court rejected his motion.
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Colorado Court Rules Against Trump
To the extent the CRSCC’s First Claim asserts an independent constitutional claim, the Court is 23 without jurisdiction to consider it. In the Court’s view, CRSCC’s First Claim does just that. The only relief this Court can afford in a C.R.S. § 1-1-113 proceeding is an order to comply with the Election Code. Thus, a claim that such relief is unconstitutional is no more than a claim that the Election Code is unconstitutional.
To the extent that the relief requested is not available under the Election Code, it cannot (and will not) be ordered by this Court, and the declaration would be moot.
To the extent CRSCC fears that the Secretary of State will disqualify Intervenor Trump from the ballot i…
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