Maine Democrat who barred Trump from ballot met with Biden twice, called Electoral College 'white supremacy' | 30 Dec 2023 | The Maine official who moved to disqualify former President Donald Trump from the state's 2024 Republican primary ballot on Thursday visited the White House this year to meet with Joe Biden and previously referred to the Electoral College as a "relic of white supremacy." On two separate occasions this year - once in March and another time in June - Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows, a Democrat, was invited to the White House, according to White House visitor logs. Bellows's first trip came after she was invited to attend a Women's History Month event held on March 22 at the White House, where she met with Biden and snapped a photo with him. Bellows took to social media to share the photo she took with Biden at the March event and described the "amazing" experience she had meeting the president [sic].

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