What will Colorado Republicans do?
All eyes will be on the Supreme Court, but the state party has promised to take an alternate path in delegate allocation given the decision on Trump and the primary ballot in the Centennial state
Colorado Republicans were scheduled to conduct a presidential primary on Super Tuesday.
They still are. But the 4-3 decision by the Colorado Supreme Court to disqualify former President Donald Trump, pushing him off the March 5 primary ballot under Section 3 of the 14th amendment, may scramble those plans. At least that is what the Colorado Republican Party suggested back in September and reiterated in the wake of the December 19 decision.
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