This Friday, February 19th, the Supreme Court will have a conference to consider what cases they will hear later this year.
Several high profile election fraud cases filed by Trump-aligned lawyers Lin Wood and Sidney Powell are among those to be considered.
A lawsuit by Republican Rep. Mike Kelly in Pennsylvania is also on the list for consideration.
The Supreme Court may not ultimately accept any of the cases for review. Four of the nine Justices must vote to hear a case in order for it to go on the calendar.
The Court declined to "fast-track" the election fraud cases earlier this year, before President Biden's inauguration.
If the Supreme Court decides to take on the election fraud cases, it is likely they will not be heard until October.
The Court typically announces which cases they agree to hear the Monday following the conference.
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