This Jan. 6, NY Democrats Are Vocal About Removing Trump From the Ballot, but Decision Remains With the BOE

Tuesday, January 9, 2024

Jerry Goldfeder was quoted in a City & State New York article discussing the process for the New York State Board of Elections to remove Trump from the ballot. According to Jerry, if someone lodges an official complaint to Trump’s nomination, the Board of Elections will have no choice but to act. “We have an objection process that once the board certifies him as a candidate and there are objections before the Board of Elections, the board has the authority to rule at that time and depending upon how they rule, then one party or the other can then go into court,” said Jerry.

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