Former President Donald Trump is asking Democratic Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows to remove herself from ruling on his eligibility to be on the state’s presidential primary ballot.

On Wednesday, Trump’s attorneys filed a request to Bellows asking her to remove herself from the case due to personal bias.

“The Secretary is a completely biased Democrat partisan and a Biden supporter who is incapable of making a fair decision and allowing the people of Maine the right to vote for the candidate of their choosing. Any attempt to remove President Trump’s name from the ballot is blatant election interference,” the team wrote.

According to the team, Bellows already believes that Trump is guilty of insurrection due to three tweets she made in 2021 and 2022. In the tweets, the judge had called for the former president’s impeachment and had also complained that the second attempt to get him impeached was not successful.

In one of the tweets on Feb. 13, 2021, she wrote, “The Jan. 6 insurrection was an unlawful attempt to overthrow the results of a free and fair election. Today 57 Senators including King & Collins found Trump guilty. That’s short of impeachment but nevertheless an indictment. The insurrectionists failed, and democracy prevailed.”

In a follow-up tweet, she wrote, “Not saying not disappointed. He should have been impeached. But history will not treat him or those who voted against impeachment kindly.”

Now, the request filed by Trump’s team requests that she “disqualify herself from this matter because she has already concluded that President Trump engaged in insurrection — a determination that she made well before the submission of evidence or argument in this current matter.”

Challenges to Trump’s eligibility to contest as president over insurrection concerns have arisen in several states, with some decisions already handed down. So far, the move has only been successful in Colorado after the state’s Supreme Court ruled last week that he should be removed from the state’s primary ballot.

The challenge from Maines would be the first time Trump’s fate would be sealed by a secretary of state.