PROVO (AP) — A man accused of threatening the lieutenant governor and a state representative has pleaded not guilty and will go to trial in November.

Authorities say Bradley Roberts Taylor sent numerous threatening e-mails to Lt. Gov. Gary Herbert and Rep. Brad Daw, an Orem Republican. The e-mails included comments that Taylor had taken an oath to kill, was justified to use force and wanted to organize an armed militia.

Authorities say Taylor's anger comes over a disputed DUI conviction by Taylor.

On Wednesday, 4th District Judge Lynn Davis set a trial for Nov. 24-25.