Statements about Job Accomplishments
"I am now the No. 2 member of this House in terms of length of service."
"Unlike the gridlock in Washington, more than 80 percent of the bills we passed during this General Assembly had bipartisan support."
Sherrod Brown "voted six times to raise his own pay."
Says Jim Renacci "opposed increasing combat bonuses for our troops."
"We need a Senator who shows up to work. Sherrod Brown missed over 350 official votes."
"While Mandel's been busy traveling the country raising campaign money, he hasn't shown up for work."
Josh Mandel "is lying about his own record. The rating of Ohio's investment fund has NOT improved."
In 2010, Betty Sutton "voted to destroy Medicare."
"Mike Dovilla’s big ideas like expanding the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit, which helped bring films like ‘The Avengers’ to Cleveland, have helped make our state No. 1 in the Midwest for job creation."
Sherrod Brown’s approval rating "has plummeted to 38 percent among Ohio voters" in a poll by a Democratic pollster.
"There is no record of congresswoman Betty Sutton ... ever holding a single in-person town hall meeting open to the general public."
Says he "cut the budget."
Says he "earned the highest possible credit ratings as state treasurer."
Since 2009, the Ohio Republican Party has made more contacts with voters — nearly 6.6 million — than any other GOP state organization in the nation.
"The Democrat-controlled Senate, it hasn't passed a budget in more than 1,000 days."
Says Ohio Treasurer Josh "Mandel first claimed bank fraud in June 2010 but did nothing for more than a year while raising money for his (Republican) Senate campaign."
"Make no mistake -- Sherrod Brown is one of the main D.C. politicians responsible for Ohio jobs moving to China."
Says Ohio Rep. Marcy Kaptur "actually lives" in "a fancy condo in the Washington, D.C. suburbs."
"For the first time in 13 years, our dependence on foreign oil is below 50 percent."
Freshman Rep. Bob Gibbs "is spending his one year anniversary on vacation — only working 6 days in all of January."
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