Early voting for the March presidential primary could be delayed in Minnesota, as the state Supreme Court next week (Jan 9) plans to take up a lawsuit challenging the balloting process. Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon says as the law stands now…

“The way they wrote it was they gave the chairs of the major political parties the choice of who gets to appear in Minnesota on the presidential primary ballot and these folks taking the state to court have said that that’s wrong, it’s unconstitutional”

The lawsuit was initiated after the Republican Party of Minnesota decided to put only President Trump’s name on the G-O-P ballot. Early voting in the presidential primary is set to begin here on January 17th–Simon says any delay is a “setback for voters.”