Lost the war but won this talking point
Democratic Party candidates for the state Assembly "actually received 200,000 more votes statewide" than their Republican counterparts in the 2012 election
— PolitiFact Wisconsin
They cherry-picked one vote and ignored several others
Says state Rep. Sandy Pasch "did nothing to stop" people from scamming the Wisconsin Shares child-care subsidy program and voted against funding for fraud investigators.
There was no vote and the issue predates Pasch’s arrival in office by years
Says state Rep. Sandy Pasch, her recall opponent, "voted to allow public school employees to use taxpayer dollars to pick up the tab for…Viagra."
Federal stimulus money didn't offset a cut in state aid
Says state Senate recall challenger Sandy Pasch voted "to cut school aid by nearly $300 million."
Much of the spending was welcomed by Dems, but the charge is on point
State Sen. Alberta Darling "voted to add more than $1 billion in additional spending" while cutting programs such as education and health care
Ryan would change Medicare, not end health care
Says U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan promised to "end health care for our seniors."
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