Statements we say are False
"Ohioans want an end to pay-to-play politics."
"When George Bush became president of the United States, 17 million people were in poverty. When he left, 30 million people were in poverty."
"The problem with raising tax rates on the wealthiest Americans is that more than half of them are small business owners."
"We have more hospitals that are children’s hospitals than any other state in the union."
Says that Sherrod Brown is an "Obama rubber stamp" for "supporting the job-killing cap and trade plan."
Sherrod Brown "voted six times to raise his own pay."
Says Gov. John Kasich incorrectly claimed Ohio’s economy was 38th in the nation when he took office. "We were sixth in the nation in terms of economic job growth."
Says Jim Renacci "opposed increasing combat bonuses for our troops."
A member of the redistricting commission proposed in Issue 2 "could accept a bribe from somebody" and "couldn’t be removed from this commission."
Says Ohio's Issue 2 will create a redistricting commission that will "have a blank check to spend our money."
Josh Mandel "is lying about his own record. The rating of Ohio's investment fund has NOT improved."
"The president went on a stimulus-fueled spending binge that stuck every American man, woman and child with a $50,000 share of this $16 trillion debt."
Says House Republicans spent $50 million on 33 votes to repeal Obamacare.
President Obama’s lawsuit claims it is unconstitutional for Ohio to allow servicemen and women extended early voting privileges during the state’s early voting period.
In 2010, Betty Sutton "voted to destroy Medicare."
Lorain "is the poorest urban school district in the state of Ohio."
Says Josh Mandel’s campaign is under FBI investigation
"My opponent, in 2008, had contributions investigated by the federal government."
"Congressman Renacci is under FBI investigation."
Says that under President Obama, there’s been a substantial increase in federal government jobs.
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