Tom Ginsburg

Tom Ginsburg

Tom Ginsburg is a law professor and political scientist at the University of Chicago engaged in questions of international and comparative law.

Couy Griffin, a former county commissioner in Otero County, N.M., rides a horse in New York City in May 2020.

A New Mexico official who joined the Capitol attacks is barred from politics

By: , and - September 16, 2022

A county court in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on Sept. 6, 2022, became the first in more than 150 years to disqualify a person from public office because they participated in an insurrection. District Court Judge Francis Mathew found that Couy Griffin, a former county commissioner and founder of the group Cowboys for Trump, had […]