Statements about Candidate Biography
Wendy Davis "was just doing a fund-raiser in Chicago with the international socialists organization."
Wendy Davis raised money for a U.S. House Democrat who is a member of a Democratic socialists group.
"PolitiFact Texas gave" a David Dewhurst TV ad "a ‘Pants-on-Fire’ rating as an outrageous lie."
Dan Patrick "got caught not paying his taxes" and "pocketed his employees’ payroll taxes."
Dave Brat "worked on Democrat Gov. Tim Kaine’s Council of Economic Advisors while Kaine tried to raise our taxes by over $1 billion."
Ryan Sitton’s company "accepted over $650,000 in Obama stimulus dollars."
Says a pro-Democratic ad is "false" for saying that he allowed two disgraced staffers in 2012 to "resign."
"David Dewhurst currently owes more than $1 million to vendors for services provided to his 2012 U.S. Senate campaign."
Dan Patrick "changed his name from Danny Goeb to hide from" his "debts."
"Before Congress, (Tom) Cotton got paid handsomely working for insurance companies and corporate interests."
David Alameel "is giving thousands of dollars to support the Republican Party candidates" including John Cornyn and Greg Abbott.
"No one" claims the report vindicating New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in the bridge scandal is "conclusive."
"Kesha Rogers is not a Democrat."
"Ted Cruz has been to Iowa four times. Rio Grande Valley of Texas -- just once."
Says Ralph Hall is "the oldest member in Congress ever."
Sarah Eckhardt "refused to take her own pay increases repeatedly."
"American Hustle shows the FBI making real-life bribes to Washington politicians. I know, because as your U.S. senator, I turned them down."
Says Rick Scott "oversaw the largest Medicare fraud in the nation’s history."
"I've been a cop in Lake County, Michigan, since 1982 thereabout. I conduct federal raids with the DEA and ATF and U.S. Marshals and the FBI and Texas Rangers."
Barry Smitherman "doesn’t have enough legal experience to apply for most of the jobs at the attorney general’s office."
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