All statements involving Tim Kaine
Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine voted "to let the U.N. take OUR guns."
Bill Clinton presided over "the biggest expansion of the American economy since World War II."
"As governor, I cut $5 billion in spending."
"The tax burden on Virginia families was lower under Tim Kaine than under George Allen."
George Allen "voted to end Pell Grants for 84,000 students."
"Tim Kaine announced he wants to raise taxes on everyone."
"Tim Kaine doubled down in his support of devastating defense cuts, saying the ‘the deal was the right thing to do.’"
"When Tim Kaine was governor, spending soared, blowing holes in the budget every year."
The state government workforce grew when Tim Kaine was governor.
Tim Kaine, as governor, proposed tax increases on people earning "as little as $17,000."
Says former Sen. George Allen voted four times to raise his own pay.
"I ended up my time as governor with a general fund budget that was smaller than the one I started with."
Virginia women earn "only 79 cents to each dollar earned by men..."
George Allen and his colleagues in the Senate "turned the biggest surplus in the history of the United States into the biggest deficit in the history of the United States."
Says when he was governor, "we expanded participation in Virginia in early childhood programs by nearly 40 percent."
Tim Kaine "reduced higher education funding by 25 percent when he was governor, driving up tuition..."
George Allen cast "the deciding vote" for the 2003 Bush tax cuts.
The national debt increased $16,000 every second George Allen served in the U.S. Senate.
Stimulus money went to "office upgrades for politicians."
George Allen's flat tax "plan would actually shrink revenues further than the Perry (flat tax) plan."
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