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Colorado Supreme Court Ruling May Not Be Enough To Stop Trump

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The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that Donald Trump is disqualified from being on the state’s primary ballot, but a “stay” on the decision means he could still appear on the ballot.

If Trump seeks U.S. Supreme Court review before the stay expires on Jan. 4, the pause remains in place, and he would have to be listed on the primary ballot.

The U.S. justices have discretion over whether to take up the appeal, so the final decision will depend partly on the U.S. Supreme Court. (Trending: Supreme Court Delivers Historic Ruling on AR-15s)

“Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold needs to certify the 2024 presidential primary ballot by Jan. 5. Mindful of that deadline and the prospect of U.S. Supreme Court review, the state high court not only stayed its ruling until Jan. 4, but said that if Trump seeks U.S. Supreme Court review before the stay expires, then the pause remains in place — and Griswold would have to list Trump on the primary ballot — until the U.S. Supreme Court potentially changes that calculus,” the report noted.

“To underscore that point, to be on the primary ballot, all Trump has to do is ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review the case before the Jan. 4 stay deadline otherwise expires.”

“That’s regardless of what the U.S. justices ultimately do with the appeal, and they have discretion over whether and when to take it up. Trump vowed Tuesday to swiftly appeal the state ruling, and if he does so, that will further keep the decision from taking effect beyond Jan. 4, absent sooner U.S. Supreme Court intervention,” the report added.

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