Article originally appeared on www.washingtonexaminer.com.
Former President Donald Trump was ruled ineligible to be president under the 14th Amendment by the Colorado Supreme Court on Tuesday, but Colorado may not be the last state to rule against Trump.
With several lawsuits from liberal groups and an expected appeal from the Trump campaign to the Supreme Court on the Colorado ruling, the former president’s eligibility for the 2024 ballot is far from a settled matter. Here are the other states where legal challenges regarding Trump’s eligibility could threaten his chances of appearing on the 2024 ballot.
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Liberal group Free Speech for People argued that Trump is ineligible under the 14th Amendment, alleging his involvement in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot amounted to an “insurrection.” An appeals court in Michigan ruled that the GOP can place whomever it wishes on the …
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