The State of the Union: more States back President Trump than Biden in Supreme Court battle.

This is my best attempt at putting together a bunch of lists of who has filed what for which cause. I may be missing some things or have a few things wrong, so feel free to correct me. But it was driving me crazy having to piece together the whole picture from a bunch of posts, tweets, and articles. So here’s the rundown:

Plaintiff / Supporting States

  1. Texas
  2. Missouri*
  3. Arkansas*
  4. Louisiana*
  5. Mississippi*
  6. South Carolina*
  7. Utah*
  8. Alabama
  9. Florida
  10. Indiana
  11. Kansas
  12. Montana
  13. Nebraska
  14. North Dakota
  15. Oklahoma
  16. South Dakota
  17. Tennessee
  18. West Virginia
  19. Arizona
  20. Alaska
  21. Idaho
  22. Iowa

(* = Intervening States)

Intervening Parties

  1. Donald J. Trump
  2. Michigan State Legislators
  3. PA State Legislators
  4. PA Voters
  5. Dr. Linda Lee Tarver
  6. Amistad Project / Thomas More Society

Supporting Parties / Amici Curiae:

  1. Constitutional Attorneys
  2. PA General Assembly
  3. PA State Senators
  4. Christian Family Coalition
  5. PA Speaker and Majority Leader
  6. 106 U.S. House Reps
  7. Arizona State Legislators
  8. Idaho State Legislators
  9. Idaho Lt. Governor
  10. Freedom Fund
  11. GA State Legislators
  12. Lin Wood

States on the fence:

  1. Kentucky
  2. New Hampshire
  3. Ohio
  4. Wyoming

Defendant States:

  1. Georgia
  2. Wisconsin
  3. Michigan
  4. Pennsylvania

States Supporting GWMP:

  1. California
  2. Colorado
  3. Connecticut
  4. Delaware
  5. Hawaii
  6. Illinois
  7. Maine
  8. Maryland
  9. Massachusetts
  10. Minnesota
  11. Nevada
  12. New Jersey
  13. New Mexico
  14. New York
  15. North Carolina
  16. Oregon
  17. Rhode Island
  18. Vermont
  19. Virginia
  20. Washington

Territories Supporting GWMP:

  1. Guam
  2. U.S. Virgin Islands
  3. Washington DC

Other Parties Supporting GWMP:

  1. Montana Governor
  2. Detroit
  3. China
  4. FBI
  5. MSM
  6. Silicon Valley

Published by Benjamin Jenkins

Parliamentary correspondent, political hack, honest to a fault.

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