Morrisey calls for dismissal of suit to keep Trump off W.Va. ballot

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has joined with the West Virginia Republican Party and attorneys for former Republican president Donald Trump in making a motion to dismiss a lawsuit meant to keep Trump off of the state’s 2024 Republican primary ballot.

In a filing Thursday, the Attorney General’s Office — representing the state of West Virginia — filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed last month by Texas resident and write-in presidential candidate John Anthony Castro.

The Attorney General’s Office called Castro’s lawsuit frivolous, aimed at getting in front of non-Trump appointed federal judges and making the Trump campaign spend money defending against the lawsuits.

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