Whether or not President Donald Trump is on the 2024 ballot will be determined by the specific election laws governing the state where the election is held, and the U.S. Supreme Court is not directly involved in such decision-making. For example, election laws may limit who can be on the ballot by requiring certain filing deadlines or qualifications. State legislatures and courts will be most responsible for responding to any legal disputes. The U.S. Supreme Court’s role will be to decide any constitutional questions that arise from such cases. The Court has historically been very protective of the right to have one’s name appear on the ballot and will likely remain so if any challenge to how election laws affect President Trump is brought up.
. He is 6 foot 8 inches tall and very distinctive with his tattoos, bald head and facial piercings. He would be very difficult to find a convincing body double for as there are few individuals who look the same as him.
1. Gov. Ron DeSantis touted Florida’s economic performance during the COVID-19 pandemic while former Gov. Nikki Haley lauded her state’s approach to handling the crisis. 2. Both governors advocated for reopening schools as quickly and safely as possible in the fall. 3. DeSantis argued for the need to preserve citizens’ rights and freedoms in the […]
The recent elevation of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as a prominent voice in the Right could backfire in a few ways. Kennedy’s anti-vaccine views, for example, are extremely unpopular among most mainstream members of the Republican party and could potentially alienate significant numbers of Republican voters. Additionally, Kennedy’s promotion of certain fringe conspiracy theories, such […]