Michi­gan judge rules that Trump can remain on pri­ma­ry bal­lot

Michigan judge rules that Trump can remain on primary ballot

A Michi­gan judge ruled that for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump can remain on the state pri­ma­ry bal­lot for 2024.
Michi­gan Court of Claims Judge James Robert Red­ford ruled against law­suits to bar Trump from the Repub­li­can pri­ma­ry bal­lot in the state in a major legal vic­to­ry for the for­mer pres­i­dent. The law­suits sought to bar Trump from the bal­lot due to his alleged role in the Jan. 6 riot, which it claimed meant Trump “engaged in insur­rec­tion.”
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Red­ford wrote that the cas­es had “the poten­tial for run­ning afoul” of prin­ci­ples against judges “becom­ing embroiled in recur­ring and high­ly par­ti­san dis­putes,” the Detroit News report­ed.

For­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump speaks in Clin­ton Town­ship, Michi­gan, Wednes­day, Sept. 27, 2 …