Statements about Negative Campaigning
When asked by a reporter whether he’s at the center of a "criminal scheme" to violate campaign laws, Gov. Scott Walker nodded yes.
"It was Dan Sullivan who wrote a bill to cut Alaskans out of those decisions" about where they can hunt and fish.
Peter Kilmartin voted for the 38 Studios loan guarantee and his State House job was to "twist [legislator’s] arms to vote for deals like this."
"28 percent of Kentuckians don’t have any online access."
Idaho Republican Rep. Mike Simpson is a "liberal" who voted with Nancy Pelosi to "fund sex study programs of San Francisco prostitutes" and "to regulate the sale of firearms."
Says the Club for Growth tries to defeat Republicans, and that its president called Nancy Pelosi "the person I respect the most in Washington."
"Residential property taxes [in Providence] are up nearly 27 percent under Mayor Taveras."
Says Sen. Mitch McConnell is "the No. 1 recipient of contributions from lobbyists this cycle."
Says David Jolly lobbied "for government-run health care just last year."
"Sheldon Whitehouse [got] a secret closed-door briefing, warning of the [2008 economic] crash."
An Obama campaign tactic for rallying voters is to "offer them cell phones."
"Jim Renacci tried to avoid paying taxes on nearly $14 million that he made."
Says opponent Tammy Baldwin ‘has had not one positive ad’ in the campaign for U.S. Senate.
"We need a Senator who shows up to work. Sherrod Brown missed over 350 official votes."
"While Mandel's been busy traveling the country raising campaign money, he hasn't shown up for work."
Brendan Doherty wants "to repeal Obamacare, increasing drug prices for seniors."
"The Doherty Campaign, unlike the Cicilline Campaign, is funded mostly by individual donors -- not the big PACs that Cicilline relies on."
James Langevin "has received almost $20 million from taxpayers and special interests to use at his own discretion to supposedly champion Rhode Island’s needs."
Says Sherrod Brown’s campaign attacked Josh Mandel’s military service
David Cicilline was "required to provide key information about city finances to an independent outside auditor. The deadlines were clear -- yet [he intentionally] missed them by months" until after the November 2010 election.
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