Update: "Vote Yes To Stop Double Taxation" says they will sue to contest the signature county by local election authorities and the SOS. Their release is below the break.
Initiative petitions from the ShowMe Better Courts and the Vote Yes To Stop Double Taxation committees will not be on the fall ballot because they failed to collect enough valid signatures, the Secretary of State's office announced this afternoon.
I suspect this won't be the last we hear about the failed campaigns of James Harris and David Barklage. Harris was paid more than $44,000 by ShowMe Better Courts to run their campaign, and Barklage's Strategic Communications Group collected more than $200,000 from the Realtors-backed "Vote Yes To Stop Double Taxation" committee.