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Maine Court Presses Pause on Plan to Knock Trump Off the Ballot

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A Maine court sent back a decision from Democratic secretary of state Shenna Bellows on Wednesday, which would’ve knocked Donald Trump off of the state’s presidential primary ballot. Trump appealed Bellows’ ruling, and had already appealed a similar decision from the Colorado Supreme Court to the U.S. Supreme Court. In a ruling, Kennebec County Superior Court Justice Michaela Murphy said that Bellows would have to issue a new decision within 30 days of the Supreme Court’s ruling on the matter.

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