Statements we say are Mostly False
Says Alex Sink supported "higher property taxes."
Says Alex Sink "supported higher sales taxes."
Says David Jolly "supports privatizing Social Security."
"I always supported civil unions."
Says state Sens. Greg Evers, Nancy Detert and Charles Dean "got a failing grade from conservatives."
"Rick Scott’s Administration spent over $100,000 of taxpayer money during their first voter purge attempt in 2012."
In 2011, Carlos López-Cantera "staunchly supported" a Florida bill modeled after Arizona’s immigration law
"I have never lobbied for offshore oil drilling."
"When I was Mayor of South Pasadena, we actually reduced the property taxes we collected."
"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."
Gov. Rick Scott "backed the federal shutdown."
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."
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