Colorado's Supreme Court disqualified Trump from the state ballot. What happens now?

Dec 20, 2023 View Original Article
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51% : "And "to maintain the status quo," they stayed their ruling until Jan. 4, the day before the secretary of state's deadline to certify primary ballots (Colorado's presidential primary will be held on March 5).
50% : Legal experts and election officials have long predicted the Trump 14th Amendment challenges would end up in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, to be decided for the country as a whole rather than on a state-by-state basis.
47% : Related: Oregon secretary of state won't bar Donald Trump from Republican primary ballotThat may be easier said than done, however, since the RNC has already approved the state party's nomination plan, ABC News reports.
43% : He believes the courts will want to leave it up to voters, and says he's a little skeptical that "the law is going to decide this issue before the people do.""There are a lot of questions that, if we get to November and the American people decide they don't want him as their chief executive, that the courts never have to decide," he adds.
30% : "Prominent Republicans -- including Trump's rivals for the presidential nomination -- are lining up to slam the Colorado court's decision and are already promising to take action against it.

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