Number is accurate, sample is small
Says Scott Brown voted with President Barack Obama 70 percent of the time in 2011.
'Simple fact,' not factual
Says Jeanne Shaheen "voted for a measure that would have amounted to a new national energy tax."
Neither number is accurate
Says when armed civilians stop mass shootings with guns, an average of 2.5 people die; otherwise, an average of 18 people die.
Cherry-picked number from tiny sample
"Health care premiums up 90 percent in New Hampshire."
More than $4K from oil companies, but not "big oil"
Says "Scott Brown’s carrying some big oil baggage" because he "collected over $400,000 in campaign contributions."
He voted to keep existing tax breaks
Says Scott Brown "voted to give oil companies big tax breaks."
Stats are pretty close
"Shaheen votes with Obama 99 percent of the time."
Not most, but close
"I was the most bipartisan senator in the United States Senate."
Stayed silent during important vote
On delaying a health care mandate on business.
Charge lacks full context
Says that as a U.S. senator, Scott Brown "delivered for Wall Street, saving big banks $19 billion in taxes."
Legislator has been quite consistent over several terms
"I cut spending while serving in the state Legislature"
If they met the deadline for 2014
"Granite Staters who hold individual policies from Anthem...can indeed renew their policies and keep their current doctors and hospitals" in 2014.
Deep roots, but he's no native
"I’m ninth generation from New Hampshire."
Loose claim about moose
"You've got more people wanting to go moose hunting in New Hampshire than want Obamacare."
Can be said about any Democrat
"In Jeanne Shaheen, New Hampshire has a Senator who was the deciding vote to pass Obamacare."
She swings -- and connects
The deficit this year could pay "all of the 2013 salaries of every professional baseball player for the next 248 years."
Ayotte's on the money
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."
Claim overplays the evidence
Says Jeanne Shaheen "got behind the idea of using the IRS to target American citizens for their political views."
Advocates for some who need funding would disagree
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."
"Small" is a broad definition
"Ninety six percent of employers in the Granite State are considered small businesses."
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