The U.S. Supreme Court will discuss at its Feb. 19 conference whether to take Trump’s appeal of the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling that he waited too long to challenge various election procedures that were in place Nov. 3.
Trump asked the high court in December to take the case and quickly rule, but the justices shot down the motion to expedite.
So far, most of the parties in the suit, including President Joe Biden, have waived their opportunity to respond to the request for the court to hear the case. The deadline for responses is Wednesday.
Trump’s legal team also asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a challenge to a ruling by the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals that his attempt to overturn Wisconsin’s election results failed on the merits and was filed too late. Online court records show the court had yet to schedule that case to be discussed at a conference.
The defendants in that suit also have waived their opportunity to respond to the request for the court to hear the case.
See the online records for the appeal of the Wisconsin Supreme Court case:
See the online records for the 7th Circuit case: