Statements from the Oregon: 2012 1st congressional district's race
Rob Cornilles supports privatizing Medicare.
Rob Cornilles has been endorsed by 20 local mayors, including Independent, Democratic and Republican.
Suzanne Bonamici supports a plan that will cut choice for Medicare Advantage seniors.
PolitiFact Oregon gave Rob Cornilles a Pants on Fire for a claim about taxes and fees.
The proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline is a bipartisan proposal.
"I also voted 98 percent of the time with Republicans in the Oregon Legislature."
Suzanne Bonamici was the only no vote on a 2009 bill cracking down on drunk drivers.
Rob Cornilles has disputed for two years a news story that said he said he would cut Social Security and Medicare programs before trimming the U.S. defense budget.
"My opponent on day one of this campaign attacked me on Medicare and Medicare Advantage and that claim was found to be False."
Federal law prohibits the growing of industrial hemp in the United States.
Rob Cornilles is a Tea Party candidate.
"She’s voted for 60 tax increases, hurting the middle class and small businesses."
I differed with my party on business legislation, on consumer protection, and on free trade agreements.
Suzanne Bonamici votes with her party a partisan 98 percent of the time.
Says "51 percent of federal tax filers paid zero federal income tax."
Says Suzanne Bonamici "supports the $500 billion cut to Medicare passed last year."
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