Ramaswamy to file amicus brief to the Supreme Court in Trump’s ballot eligibility case

EXCLUSIVE — Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy will file an amicus brief on Wednesday to the U.S. Supreme Court arguing against the decision by the Colorado Supreme Court to keep former President Donald Trump off the ballot in November’s presidential primary election.  

Filed on behalf of Ramaswamy by his attorneys, he argued the efforts from Trump’s political adversaries to remove him from state ballots are driven by a fear that “they cannot beat him in a free and fair election.” In a filing first obtained by the Washington Examiner, Ramaswamy warned that affirming the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision would create a path for future partisan efforts against not only Trump, but other leading candidates as well. 

“For secretaries of state and state supreme court justices, the path to national notoriety will be illuminated: To enhance your credibility among
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