Statements we say are Mostly False
"A little-known unit of the Department of Justice, the Community Relations Service, was deployed to Sanford, FL, following the Trayvon Martin shooting to help organize and manage rallies and protests against George Zimmerman."
If Gov. Rick Scott activates "the National Guard in anticipation of a federal disaster, the state’s costs, including the costs to recall any furloughed guardsmen, will be fully reimbursable by FEMA."
"Two weeks after signing a taxpayer protection pledge, (Charlie Crist) breaks it."
"We are already almost halfway to our 2010 goal of creating 700,000 new jobs in seven years."
Broward County was one of three counties in the nation "pivotal to an Obama victory" in 2012.
Ché Guevara "wrote extensively about the superiority of white Europeans over people of African descent."
"Congresswoman Frederica Wilson successfully postpones closure of the North Perry airport tower."
"Almost 1,000 people a day" are moving to Florida "because they are more free here than they are in some other states."
"Nearly 25 percent of all automobile accidents are caused by texting while driving."
"The Chinese government provides their people no access to the Internet."
Eighty-five percent of Floridians who will benefit from expanding Medicaid are "single, childless adults."
"In other jurisdictions where (a domestic partnership registry) has been enacted, we have seen that fewer people enter into marriage."
"The group that supported the president’s health care bill the most? Latinos."
"Agriculture has always required a significant workforce from abroad."
The United States does "not have a system through which growers and dairies can bring a workforce legally into the U.S."
Says Charlie Crist and Missouri Rep. Todd Akin "hold same abortion views. No exception except the life of the mother."
Says Jeb Bush "extended early voting" after seeing "long lines."
"After Patrick Murphy’s charges were dropped, Murphy’s father gave the prosecutor a huge campaign donation."
Elizabeth Townsend runs the elections office that omitted a school board race on a ballot and gave a School Board candidate "faulty advice."
Says Connie Mack takes two homestead exemptions, "directly contrary to Florida’s Constitution."
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