The latest statements we've reviewed for PolitiFact New Hampshire

"Shaheen votes with Obama 99 percent of the time."

"I was the most bipartisan senator in the United States Senate."

On delaying a health care mandate on business.

Says that as a U.S. senator, Scott Brown "delivered for Wall Street, saving big banks $19 billion in taxes."

"I cut spending while serving in the state Legislature"

"Granite Staters who hold individual policies from Anthem...can indeed renew their policies and keep their current doctors and hospitals" in 2014.

"I’m ninth generation from New Hampshire."

"You've got more people wanting to go moose hunting in New Hampshire than want Obamacare."    

"In Jeanne Shaheen, New Hampshire has a Senator who was the deciding vote to pass Obamacare."

The deficit this year could pay "all of the 2013 salaries of every professional baseball player for the next 248 years."

Under President George W. Bush, "we added $4.9 trillion to the debt. Under President Obama … we’ve added $6.5 trillion to the debt."

Says Jeanne Shaheen "got behind the idea of using the IRS to target American citizens for their political views."

Ann Kuster turned "a blind eye to those in need of funding" by voting "against funding for our nation’s veterans, low-income women and children, the FDA and the National Institutes of Health."

"Ninety six percent of employers in the Granite State are considered small businesses."

Says Maggie Hassan is the only female governor in the country.

"According to the Congressional Budget Office, repealing Obamacare would increase the budget deficit."

Mental health provisions related to mass shootings "got over 90 votes in the Senate."

Says the 2010-11 New Hampshire budget ended with an $18 million surplus, while the Republican-led 2012-13 budget has a $40 million deficit.

Preventive care coverage under the Affordable Care Act has already "helped Granite Staters save money and live healthier lives." 

Says of 80,000 people who were denied a firearm in 2012 due to a failed background check, only 44 were prosecuted.

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