Oregon Supreme Court declines for now to review challenge to Trump’s eligibility for ballot

It seems like there are some people who are not happy with the fact that Donald Trump is potentially running for president again in 2024. They’ve tried to get him removed from the ballots in Oregon, but the Oregon Supreme Court has decided not to hear their challenge. This means that for now, Trump will remain on the ballot. However, there’s still a chance that the US Supreme Court could make a decision regarding his eligibility, which could have nationwide implications. In the meantime, other legal challenges have been brought forth by voters in different states, but so far, only the Colorado Supreme Court has found that Trump is disqualified from serving a second term under the 14th Amendment. Overall, it looks like there’s a lot of debate and disagreement surrounding Trump’s potential candidacy for the 2024 election, but for now, he remains eligible to run.