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Michigan Contemplates Removing Trump from 2024 Ballot, Following Colorado’s Lead

Colorado’s Supreme Court disqualified former President Donald Trump from its 2024 presidential ballot, citing a violation of the 14th Amendment. Other states may follow suite.

Michigan Might Be Next

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Attention has turned to Michigan, where a similar challenge is underway. This development has raised questions about whether other states will follow suit, potentially impacting Trump’s campaign for the 2024 election.

Colorado Sets Precedent

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Colorado’s Supreme Court made headlines by barring Trump from its 2024 ballot due to a 14th Amendment violation related to the events of January 6, 2021.

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Delayed Implementation

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The ruling in Colorado will not take effect until January 2024, providing Trump’s campaign with an opportunity to appeal.

Implications for Trump’s Campaign

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Experts see Colorado’s decision as a significant challenge to Trump’s 2024 campaign and believe it may embolden other states to take similar actions.

Legal Challenges Elsewhere

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Colorado is not the only state facing legal challenges regarding Trump’s ballot eligibility. Minnesota dealt with a similar situation earlier this year but ruled in favor of Trump.

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Free Speech For People

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The group Free Speech For People, behind the challenges in Minnesota, is also involved in a case in Michigan.

Michigan’s Unique Situation

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Michigan’s Supreme Court is currently considering a challenge to Trump’s ballot eligibility. The state has a mixture of Democratic and Republican judges.

Potential Impact on Democrats

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If Michigan bars Trump from its ballot, it could significantly benefit the Democratic Party, especially if President Joe Biden is the opposing candidate.

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Narrow Victory in 2020

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In 2020, Biden won Michigan by a margin of less than 3 percentage points.

Supreme Court Involvement Likely

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Experts suggest that, following Colorado’s decision, the US Supreme Court may take up the case. However, the outcome in the conservative-leaning court remains uncertain.

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