All statements involving Republican Governors Association

Jason Carter supports using Georgia tax dollars to promote Obamacare    

Under Mary Burke’s leadership, Commerce Department business-incentive programs had "major shortcomings" and "40 percent of jobs...didn’t materialize."

"(Mary) Burke was a senior member of the Doyle administration that left Wisconsin with 130,000 fewer jobs."

"Barbara Buono by the numbers: As a Trenton politician, she voted to raise taxes 154 times. Under her, property taxes up 70 percent. Backed a 16 percent sales tax increase. Utilities, nursing homes, cell phones, parking lots, lottery wins, gyms – She taxed them all. Architect of Corzine’s budget, she drove New Jersey $2 billion into debt. Barbara Buono by the numbers: taking New Jersey backwards."

Accuses Ed FitzGerald of "pay-to-play and corruption politics."

Gubernatorial candidate Maggie Hassan supported 33 tax and fee increases as Senate Majority Leader.

Says Maggie Hassan pays zero property taxes on her $500,000 home.

Says "unemployment tripled" in Dane County due to Kathleen Falk’s tax policies

Mayor Tom Barrett’s policies drove unemployment up 27 percent in Milwaukee, pushing it to "one of America’s 10 worst cities for unemployment."

"In his very first budget, (Milwaukee) Mayor Tom Barrett broke his pledge to keep a lid on property taxes and has continued increasing taxes and fees ever since."

Candidate for governor Roy Barnes has been "fighting hard" to let illegal immigrants vote.

Roy Barnes "made Georgia dead last in education" and Georgia "led the nation in job losses."

Tom Barrett "voted for the largest tax increase in history ... raising taxes on gas and Social Security."

Roy Barnes is like Barack Obama because they're both doing a lot of apologizing.

"As bank president, Alex Sink eliminated thousands of Florida jobs while taking over $8 million in salary and bonuses."

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