Statements we say are Mostly False

"Kathleen Peters refuses to ‘take a stand’ to repeal Obamacare."

Studies suggest the 2017 College Football Playoff Championship game will bring about 1,700 to 1,800 full-time jobs.

"Florida has experienced positive job growth for 39 consecutive months."

Florida "remains the top travel destination across the world."

"Florida sheriffs unequivocally support" the "stand your ground" law.

"The majority of people travelling to these destination resorts are not going for the primary purpose of gambling."   

Says Alex Sink supported "a $5.2 billion increase in Florida's debt."

"In 2011, texting surpassed alcohol as the leading contributing factor in teen driving deaths."  

In Florida, "300,000 people are going to lose their individual coverage because of Obamacare. Now those people next year, they don’t have health insurance."

Common Core means "there are over 300 data elements the government is going to be collecting about your children and about you."

Amanda Murphy has "two vacation homes around the world."

Bill Gunter would "drain millions from local public schools, and give our tax dollars to private, for-profit schools run by out-of-state corporations."

"The American people support defunding Obamacare and oppose shutting down the government."

"Tampa got more (federal housing) money because they scored higher on the blight scoring system, so they've got a much bigger problem than we do."

In 2012, the state "put together a list of over 100,000 people that they thought were ineligible to vote. Came out there were less than 10."

"We will have the highest general revenue in state history next year. Conservative pro-growth policies work in our state."

"Congressman Patrick Murphy voted to keep the scandal-ridden IRS in charge of enforcing Obamacare."  

Miami-Dade County is the "No. 1 donor county in the state."

Says President Barack Obama could "basically" legalize all immigrants here illegally "by the sign of a pen."

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