The Minnesota Supreme Court Monday dismissed a lawsuit to remove Donald Trump’s name from the ballot here in the upcoming November election. On Friday, Minnesota DFL chair Ken Martin filed a petition asking the court to remove Donald Trump and Mike Pence form the Minnesota ballot claiming that there were clear errors in the Republican process of selecting alternative electors. The state supreme court dismissed the suit saying in essence that the petition was filed too late. DFL Chair Martin says the court’s decision is disappointing, but he respects the decision. And he says “to emphasize, this lawsuit was not so much about the Presidential contest or the other races in Minnesota. This lawsuit was about holding candidates accountable to follow the laws. Whether it is residency requirements or getting a candidate’s name on the ballot, laws matter.” At the time the petition was filed, Minnesota GOP chair Keith Downey called the suit frivolous, baseless, and politically corrupt.