Trump’s Name Stays on the Alaska Ballot: A Victory for Constitutional Standing!

In a recent federal lawsuit filed in Alaska, John Castro, an individual affiliated with the Never Trump Movement, attempted to prevent former President Donald Trump’s name from appearing on the ballot for the upcoming presidential election. However, the lawsuit was swiftly dismissed by federal judge Josh Kindred, who is commonly portrayed by the mainstream media as a Trump judicial appointee. While the media may attempt to discredit Judge Kindred’s ruling based on his appointment, it is important to focus on the merits of the case.

Lack of Standing: A Common Theme

The primary reason for the dismissal of Castro’s lawsuit is the lack of standing. Standing refers to the legal requirement for a plaintiff to demonstrate an “injury in fact” to their own legal interests. In this case, Castro failed to meet this criterion. It is worth noting that this is not the first time similar lawsuits have been dismissed by courts across the nation due to the lack of standing.

Castro’s Dubious Legal Interests

In addition to lacking standing, Castro’s legal interests are questionable. As reported by The New York Times, Castro has been involved in a multitude of legal disputes. Moreover, he has been indicted on 33 felony charges of tax fraud. These circumstances cast doubt on the credibility of Castro as a plaintiff in this case.

A Perennial Plaintiff: It is important to recognize that Castro has filed numerous unsuccessful lawsuits with the aim of preventing Trump from participating in the 2024 election. He has served as his own legal counsel, lacking support from constitutional attorneys and formal legal training. Castro has run for various seats, sometimes as a Democrat and other times as a Republican. This inconsistent political affiliation further raises questions about the true motives behind his legal actions.

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Previous Dismissals and Appeals: Castro’s case has already been dismissed by a federal judge in the Southern District of Florida and has gone through the 11th Court of Appeals. It even reached the U.S. Supreme Court, where his appeal was denied. It is evident that numerous courts have found his claims lacking merit.

Questioning Trump’s Eligibility on the Alaska Ballot

Castro alleges that Trump is ineligible to hold public office due to his alleged involvement in providing aid or comfort to the individuals who attacked the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. However, these claims have not been substantiated in a court of law. To delay the case further would risk allowing an individual who is allegedly constitutionally ineligible to hold public office. Nevertheless, the U.S. Supreme Court has already denied Castro’s request to expedite the case.

State Court Rulings: While some state courts have ruled against Trump, claiming his involvement in an insurrection, these rulings are not definitive. The Colorado Supreme Court and Maine’s Secretary of State have made adverse rulings, disqualifying Trump based on the 14th Amendment of the Constitution. However, the Trump campaign is currently appealing these decisions.

For Alaskan voters, this ruling ensures that they will have the opportunity to cast their votes for Donald Trump if they choose to do so. It upholds the principle of allowing candidates to participate in the democratic process, ensuring that the voters have the final say in deciding who represents them.


Q: Why was this lawsuit dismissed?
A: The lawsuit was dismissed due to the plaintiff’s lack of standing, which is a common reason for the dismissal of similar lawsuits.

Q: Who is John Castro?
A: John Castro is an individual affiliated with the Never Trump Movement, who has filed multiple unsuccessful lawsuits attempting to prevent Trump from participating in the 2024 election.

Q: Are there any pending appeals regarding Trump’s eligibility?
A: Yes, the Trump campaign is currently appealing adverse rulings in Colorado and Maine.

If you are an Alaskan voter, this news serves as a reminder to exercise your democratic right to vote in the upcoming election. Stay informed about the candidates and their policies to make an informed decision that aligns with your values.

In a victory for constitutional standing, federal judge Josh Kindred dismissed the lawsuit seeking to remove Donald Trump’s name from the ballot in Alaska. This ruling reaffirms the importance of satisfying the legal requirement of standing and prevents individuals with dubious motives from impeding the democratic process. Remember, your vote matters, and it is crucial to stay informed as the election approaches.

"For the Lord is our judge, the Lord is our lawgiver, the Lord is our king; it is he who will save us." - Isaiah 33:22

Key Takeaway: The lawsuit to remove Trump’s name from the ballot in Alaska has been dismissed due to the plaintiff’s lack of standing. This decision upholds the principles of the democratic process and allows Alaskan voters to have a say in the upcoming election. Stay tuned for further updates in this ongoing story.

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