The Oregon Supreme Court maintains Trump on the primary ballot.

 Oregon On Friday, the Supreme Court of Oregon decided to keep former President Donald Trump on the ballot for the state's primary election. The court chose not to become involved in the legal tumult surrounding the question of whether

or not he is ineligible to run for president until the United States Supreme Court makes a decision on a case that is very similar to the one that is now being heard in Colorado.

In accordance with Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, which was enacted at the time of the Civil War and which bars those who "engaged in insurrection" from holding office, leftist groups filed lawsuits in a number of states, including Oregon, in an effort to remove Donald Trump off the ballot. 

 The only one of these cases that has been successful so far is the one that was filed in Colorado, which decided at the end of the previous month that Trump's participation in the attack on the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021 prevented him from running for president.

Until the United States Supreme Court considers an appeal by President Trump, that ruling will remain on hold. The Supreme Court of the United States has never issued a decision regarding Section 3, 

which became obsolete in the 1870s, when the majority of former Confederates were granted permission to return to participation in government by congressional action.

It is possible that the matter may be resolved once and for all by the decision of the United States Supreme Court; nevertheless, the court in Oregon stated that plaintiffs have the opportunity to try again there once the high court reviews the appeal from Colorado.

It does not intend to take into consideration the case that was brought by five voters in Oregon and was coordinated by the leftist organization Free Speech For The People until that time comes.

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