Worried electors present their arguments to the Supreme Court regarding Trump’s qualifications.

“Larry Coben, a practicing lawyer, submitted an amicus curiae brief to the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of an auto safety group in the past. When his 100-year-old father, Jack Coben, expressed concern over the dispute regarding former President Donald Trump’s eligibility for a second term, Larry began researching Section 3 of the 14th Amendment. He concluded that the provision, which disqualifies a person from holding office, does not apply to running for office. Larry’s brief argues that it is too soon to decide on Section 3’s application and that Trump could only be disqualified if two-thirds of Congress remove the disqualification. While Larry believes it is unlikely the justices will read his brief, it is publicly available on the court’s website. The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on the case on Thursday, with Trump and a group of Colorado voters calling for a swift decision to provide clarity for voters before they cast their ballots.”  

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