Statements we say are False
Says Measure 3-386 will cost a fortune for elections while Measure 3-388 will cost less.
Says "Many people I’ve talked to are angry that because of City Hall inaction we may have to spend a needless $500 million to cover and treat our pure drinking water."
Says "We do about 300 investigations a year into housing discrimination and in recent years have put about $150,000 of damages into the pockets of individuals who have been treated unfairly."
Says that three of these five Republicans -- Ben Westlund, Rob Patridge, Max Williams, Lane Shetterly, Lynn Lundquist -- later became Democrats.
Says Oregon state employees received a "catch-up" pay raise in 1981 -- just two years after they agreed not to take a raise in exchange for a retirement benefit.
"As the Democrats finally maxed out their government spending credit card Monday, Kurt Schrader continued to stand with his party leaders in failing to offer any viable long-term solution."
The city’s 30 percent set aside for affordable housing in urban renewal areas is calculated citywide -- not district by district
The study that states that more than 70 percent of the traffic on the Sellwood Bridge is to/from Clackamas County has been thoroughly debunked by The Oregonian.
"A $250 fine if you're caught with a plastic bag coming out of a store. Plastic bag police anyone?"
(Dennis) Richardson wants to make drastic cuts to services we depend on: schools, home care for seniors, even public safety -- all so Richardson can keep more than $440 million in unspent funds for his political priorities."
"For every one ESD superintendent position, we can pay for three speech pathologists, or three special needs instructors, or three classroom teachers."
"Oregon is the only state out of the 50 states in the USA that continues to pay 100% of the medical benefits for its employees and their families."
A 5-cent charge on paper bags is a tax.
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."
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