Alan Grayson's file:
Grayson

Democrat from Florida

Alan Grayson is Democratic Congressman from Florida. He was initially elected to Congress in 2008, then defeated for re-election in 2010. He was elected again to Congress from a different district in 2012.

Recent statements involving Alan Grayson

"This is the year Florida becomes a majority minority state."

In the event of a U.S. strike on Syria, "the Russians will replace the weapons immediately. They’ve said it on the record. They’ve suggested they might even replace it with better stuff."

A bill to advance the Keystone XL Pipeline "is an earmark" under House rules.

Says Walmart employees represent the largest group of Medicaid and food stamp recipients in many states, costing the taxpayer $1,000 per worker.

Says Gov. Jeb Bush vetoed the "Quiñones Plan" because it was "taxation without representation on a large scale."

Recent stories featuring Alan Grayson

Alan Grayson claims 45,000 people die a year because they lack health insurance:

We explain the science -- and the skepticism -- of studies that pin down the number of deaths due to not having health insurance.

Fact-checking the U.S. Chamber on Alan Grayson:

The fiery liberal's "Die quickly!" taunt lives on in a new campaign ad.

PolitiFact Florida’s top 10 fact-checks of 2011:

We look back at our most popular reports of 2011: fact-checks of Marco Rubio, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Rick Scott and Alan Grayson. And then there was that Evan Longoria viral video ...

Get the Truth-O-Meter ready! Alan Grayson's running:

Love him or love-to-hate him, Alan Grayson is returning to the political stage -- having announced he'll run for Congress in 2012. We unearth our favorite Grayson fact-checks.

Get the Truth-O-Meter ready! Alan Grayson's running:

Love him or love-to-hate him, Alan Grayson is returning to the political stage -- having announced he'll run for Congress in 2012. We unearth our favorite Grayson fact-checks.

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