Maine’s supreme court declines to hear Trump ballot eligibility case

Maine’s top court Wednesday evening declined to weigh in on whether former President Donald Trump can stay on the state’s ballot, keeping intact a judge’s decision that the U.S. Supreme Court must first rule on a similar case in Colorado.
Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows, a Democrat, concluded that Trump didn’t meet ballot qualifications under the insurrection clause in the U.S. Constitution but a judge put that decision on hold pending the Supreme Court’s decision on the similar case in Colorado.

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