Statements about Candidate Biography
"I fought hard for that (state Senate) seat. I only lost by four points. I raised over $700,000."
"I am every year the No.1 pick of all of the law enforcement agencies within Texas."
Says Wendy Davis, "born into difficult circumstances," was the daughter of a single mother and a teenage mother herself.
On immigration reform, Marco Rubio "all along has been saying, 'We have to have border security first' " and then "he gets on Spanish TV, he ends up saying, 'No, no. That will never get in the way.' "
Since Gina Raimondo took office, investment fees on the state's pension portfolio "have gone up from about $12 million annually to about $50 million."
Ken Lanci is a lifelong Clevelander
Accuses Ed FitzGerald of "pay-to-play and corruption politics."
"In the last two years, I have supported and proposed $155 billion worth of targeting cuts. Dr. Gingrey has presented zero."
Says New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says "we can only have three bullets" and "the NRA wants firearms with nukes on them."
Says Virginia economic development officials "decided they didn’t want to bid on" his company's electric automobile plant.
Says Charlie Crist and Missouri Rep. Todd Akin "hold same abortion views. No exception except the life of the mother."
Says he has never voted for raising taxes.
Says "I was the first governor in America to endorse Mitt Romney."
"Mitt Romney made over a hundred million dollars by shutting down (a Marion, Ind. paper) plant."
"Sheldon Whitehouse [got] a secret closed-door briefing, warning of the [2008 economic] crash."
"After Patrick Murphy’s charges were dropped, Murphy’s father gave the prosecutor a huge campaign donation."
Says she voted against the Medicare Part D prescription drug program "because it was unfunded."
Says Democrats first proposed prohibiting the government from negotiating prices for prescription drugs in Medicare Part D and he "had nothing to do with" that provision in the law.
Says Connie Mack initially said he would have voted "yes" for the Paul Ryan budget plan, and then, "you said it was stupid and you would vote no. And then your folks corrected you, and you changed your position again, yes."
Says U.S. Senate rival Tommy Thompson ran Medicare "into the ground" and "nine years closer to bankruptcy."
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