Monday, July 31, 2006

Breaking: TABOR spending trap qualifies for ballot

Ron Saxton's going to have to come out from under his rock now. TABOR is on the ballot.

TABOR needed 100,840 to qualify and managed 109,031 valid signatures. No word yet on the validity rate--but we'll post it when we get it.

So does Saxton support the TABOR spending trap or does he not? Perhaps we'll have to show up at an event and wring it out of him.

Update (5:49PM): Ed Walsh at the O cites the validity rate at 70.76 percent.