Trump primary challengers may be excluded from Minnesota ballot

Rachel Frazin of The Hill –

President Trump’s Republican presidential challengers may be excluded from Minnesota’s primary ballot.

Trump’s name was the only one listed on the Republican Party of Minnesota’s letter to the Minnesota Secretary of State’s Office outlining its “determination of candidates” for the primary ballot.

The campaign manager for one potential challenger to Trump said that the party’s move is “appalling but unsurprising news, given the hold that Trump’s cult of personality has over some of these state party leaders.”


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