Mark Neumann's file:
Neumann

Republican from Wisconsin

Mark Neumann is a developer and home builder from Nashotah. He was a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from Wisconsin in 2012. He ran for governor in 2010 and formerly represented southern Wisconsin in Congress.

Recent statements involving Mark Neumann

Says he never voted for a "tax increase."

As a congressman, Mark Neumann "voted four times to increase our debt."

Says U.S. Senate opponent Eric Hovde "supported billions in stimulus for high-speed rail"  and "billions more to bail out banks."

"Obamacare" is the "biggest tax increase in American history."

If the U.S. didn't borrow $1.2 trillion every year "to fund government operations," that money would be available "for entrepreneurs and business people to put to work creating jobs and building and expanding their businesses."

Recent stories featuring Mark Neumann

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