It could be a huge defeat for Republican Colorado Congressman Doug Lamborn. The State Supreme Court has ruled that he should be kept off the ballot because of questions with one of the people hired to collect his signatures. If the decision is upheld, Lamborn wouldn't be on the Primary June ballot. He's represented the fifth Congressional district for six years.
The Congressman's campaign calls the ruling disappointing and says it's going to bring an action in federal court to overturn the part of Colorado law that deprives voters, who petitioned to have Congressman Lamborn on the ballot.