Colorado Secretary of State receives death threats following Trump ballot ban

(Denver, CO)  --  Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold says she's received dozens of death threats after a lawsuit was filed to kick Donald Trump off the state's presidential primary ballot.  

Griswold said on social media Saturday that she stopped counting after receiving more than 60 death threats in the three weeks after the lawsuit was filed.  

Griswold went on to say that she would not be intimidated and that "democracy and peace will triumph over tyranny and violence."  

The Colorado Supreme Court ruled last month that the former president could be kept off the Republican primary ballot.  

But an appeal filed last week by the Colorado Republican Party will keep him on the ballot until a ruling is handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court.