Statements about Candidate Biography
Says President Barack Obama "gives students the right to repay (federal) loans as a clear, fixed, low percentage of their income for up to 20 years."
Says Charlie Crist "was pro-life, pro-gun and vehemently anti-tax."
When it comes to jobless workers, "Mitt Romney says he likes to fire people."
Says Barack Obama is a Muslim.
In 2008, Charlie Crist ‘"applauded the pick of Sarah Palin and said she would do ‘a great job.’"
Says Chris Christie was the "first governor in America to endorse" Mitt Romney.
At Bain Capital, "we helped start an early childhood learning company called Bright Horizons that First Lady Michelle Obama rightly praised."
In Massachusetts under Mitt Romney, "unemployment went down, household incomes went up," and the state "saw its credit rating upgraded."
Barack Obama has "never even worked in business."
Mitt Romney "gave away his father's inheritance."
Says Bill Nelson "voted to raise our taxes 150 times."
Ted Cruz is "unknown to the vast majority of Texans."
"Paul Ryan got his start in politics, as a young staffer just out of college, working for then-Congressman John Kasich’s Budget Committee."
"While (Barack) Obama preaches ‘we are our brother’s keeper,’ his brother and aunt live in real poverty in Kenya."
"Mitt Romney is the first major party candidate for president of the United States in modern times not to release at least 12 years of tax returns."
Says Joe Garcia "voted to raise our utility rates."
Says Ron Saunders "made the choice to stand with Rick Scott" on expanding school vouchers, restricting scholarships and giving tax breaks to the wealthy.
"I have voted every year in Wisconsin."
Says Mitt Romney "paid only 14 percent in taxes — probably less than you."
"One of the key things about Leonard Lance is that in 2008, when you look at [the] Project Vote Smart website, he was not for guns. Now he has gone too far to the right, saying that you can carry concealed weapons in national parks."
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