Case challenging Trump ballot access dies at Oregon Supreme Court

The Oregon Supreme Court will not hear the case challenging former President Donald Trump’s eligibility to appear on the state’s ballot in this year’s presidential election. 

The court turned down the opportunity to hear the case, citing a lack of authority to handle the issue in the primary stage. 

“Today, the Oregon Supreme Court declined to hear, for now, a challenge by five Oregon voters (relators) seeking to preclude Donald J. Trump from appearing on the Oregon 2024 Republican primary and general election ballots,” a media release from the court announced Friday.

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