In 2008, she did
In 2008, Maggie Hassan voted against legislation to "prevent sanctuary cities in New Hampshire."
Majority is female
"The vast majority of (Syrian) refugees are young, able-bodied men looking for work."
It's been bleaker
"If you're born poor, you're more likely to stay poor than any time in American history."
Evidence doesn't support claim
Birth control pioneer Margaret Sanger "believed that people like me should be eliminated."
Taxes and fees would go up
Gov. Maggie Hassan’s budget proposal "raises taxes on small businesses and increases taxes and fees by $100 million."
Official nomination came later
"I was appointed U.S. attorney by President Bush on Sept. 10, 2001."
Not quite that much
The federal deficit would pay for 40 gallons of "New Hampshire maple syrup" for everyone in the United States.
Sparse local engagement for two of three months
Despite keeping distance from national media interviewers, "I did local press all along, the last three months."
Deemed an 'honest mistake'
Six thousand people have sought addiction treatment through expanded Medicaid.
Cherry picked statistic
As governor, Maggie Hassan first proposed a $1 billion spending increase.
East beats West in 2 out of 3
"The entirety of North America -- Canada, the United States and Mexico -- there's more known reserves in those three countries than in Russia and Saudi Arabia."
Not the only one
"On my last trip to New Hampshire, I think I met the guy who founded the first and only bank since Dodd-Frank passed, since the financial crisis. One bank in the country."
More, but not double
"We spent twice as much per capita for health care in this country as the next closest nation."
"Hillary Clinton’s State Department sent three comedians to India on the ‘Make Chai, Not War’ tour."
"The fastest-growing part of the Pentagon’s budget are health care expenses."
Words and motto came after founding
"The founders of New Hampshire came up with the motto Live Free or Die."
Doggie dollars don't add up to much
"If you took every penny of the 1 percent, including their dog, you wouldn't even begin to balance the budget."
One speech does not an active member make
Birth control pioneer Margaret Sanger was "an active participant in the Ku Klux Klan."
Common practice, but not a rule
"The governor must inform the Senate president about his or her absence from the state."
Record is mixed
Says she has opposed measures to weaken the Dodd-Frank Wall Street regulatory bill and campaign-finance legislation when they were offered as stand-alone bills.
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