Statements about Candidate Biography
"I’ve got a 94 percent" career voting record in Congress while Bill Nelson has "a 92 percent voting record."
As a Member of Congress, Chris Murphy "was raking in $1 million in salary."
Says Connie Mack takes two homestead exemptions, "directly contrary to Florida’s Constitution."
In 2012, Connie Mack missed 178 votes, "one of the worst voting records" in Congress.
Says Patrick Murphy is trying to "hide his drunken assault of a police officer."
An Army report stated Allen West "performed illegal acts, merited court martial, faced 11 years in prison.'"
Says "when I voted against [an increase in the minimum wage], it was in the 80s."
"David Cicilline was the state representative who opposed tough mandatory sentences for those convicted of domestic violence and child abuse."
"This is what President Obama said the jobless rate would be if we passed the stimulus: 5.6 percent."
"In Romney's first budget (in Massachusetts), he cut $248.7 million from K-12 education."
Says under U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez’s watch the nation’s unemployment rate and debt doubled and the federal budget deficit quadrupled.
Says she is a registered nurse.
"In one year, (President Obama) provided $90 billion in breaks to the green energy world … into solar and wind, to Solyndra and Fisker and Tesla and Ener1."
Says Adam Hasner said he will never accept a pay increase, but he voted to raise his pay four times.
Says Mitt Romney’s investments created zero jobs.
Says Lois Frankel "took a 40 percent pay raise" as mayor while West Palm Beach "lost jobs."
Says Obama adviser David Plouffe took "large piles of cash" from a joint venture partner of a company owned by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.
Says U.S. Senate candidate Tommy Thompson "admitted" that Washington, D.C., "changed" him into an insider selling his influence to make millions from powerful special interests.
David Cicilline is "the 5th most liberal person in the House of Representatives."
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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