Salem, NH - Senator Chuck Morse, New Hampshire's longest-serving Senate President, denounces the recent attempt to remove President Donald J. Trump from New Hampshire's First In The Nation Primary ballot.
"What we're unfortunately witnessing here is a recurring theme of individuals seeking to deprive Granite Staters of their right to participate in the FITN process for their own political agenda," stated Senator Morse.
“Mr. Castro himself admitted that having Donald J. Trump's name on the ballot hurt his own chances in this primary. This mentality is indicative of the broader concerns Democrats have when it comes to Joe Biden in the general election.
"These attempts will undoubtedly be dismissed in court, and I, along with countless other Granite Staters, will proudly cast our votes for President Donald Trump on January 23rd."
Little-known Republican candidate John Anthony Castro has filed another lawsuit in federal court arguing that Trump is disqualified from being on the ballot because of the insurrection clause of the 14th Amendment.