Statements we say are False
Portland spent nearly $1 million in federal stimulus money to install bike path signs where they already existed.
Says Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood will "force you to stop using your cell phone" while driving.
Beaverton "enjoys the most diverse population (by percentage of population) among Oregon cities."
Last year, Beaverton School District had the highest number of homeless students ever recorded in Oregon.
Portland Community College serves more students than all of the state’s universities combined.
Half of children struck by cars near schools are hit by parents driving children to school.
"In fact, 85 percent of Oregonians voted in 2008."
Says Republican candidates in Oregon are "advocating violence" against gays.
Bruce Starr was the only senator to vote for stronger ethics laws and greater accountability.
Says Bruce Starr broke the law by letting lobbyists wine and dine him in Maui.
Says Tom Hughes supports paving over thousands of acres with over-development and sprawl.
Says Kurt Schrader "cast the deciding vote that failed to extend tax cuts for Oregon’s middle-class families and small businesses."
Says more Republicans than Democrats voted for the Wall Street bailouts.
Says Will Rasmussen supported a sales tax as recently as last spring.
Says Ron Wyden spent $2 million "to study exotic ants."
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