President Nayib Bukele is almost certainly headed for a second five-year term.
The case presents the high court with its first look at a provision of the 14th Amendment barring some people who “engaged in insurrection” from holding public office.
Several candidates have been disqualified for not adhering to a little-known law that would force them to use their deadnames.
The official, Carlos Ayala, faces a felony and several misdemeanor charges.
Trump was expected to also ask the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on his eligibility to return to the presidency in a related Colorado case.
This year was marked by rising anti-trans rhetoric, a record number of anti-LGBTQ bills filed in statehouses across the country, and even violence.
Both decisions are historic.
Each is getting time onstage at Dordt University in Sioux Center with U.S. Rep. Randy Feenstra and his wife, Lynette, to discuss faith, family and politics.