Statements about Job Accomplishments
"Wisconsin’s dead last in Midwest job growth."
"The pension fund in the city of Providence is only 30 percent funded, about the same level as when he [Taveras] took office."
"There have been at least 100 shootings each year [Angel Taveras] has been mayor" of Providence.
Points of Light is "the world’s largest volunteer organization."
Says he "invested over $100 million in worker training."
David Perdue led efforts to ship thousands of jobs overseas.
"Before I was state treasurer, my Rhode Island business helped create over 1,000 jobs."
Says David Perdue made tens of millions of dollars piling a firm with billions in debt.
Under Mayor Tom Barrett, the number of Milwaukee police officers "has not increased."
Sen. Jack Reed "cast the deciding vote in the Senate for the Affordable Care Act."
"There are only about 10 people in the United States Senate who have any real business experience."
U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn "earned as much as $300,000 running a nonprofit that had laid off 90 workers."
"Last year, I was involved with an effort to to help prosecutors get their first pay raise in more than 10 years."
"I’m running the second-largest county district attorney’s office … at 1985 staffing levels."
DeKalb County has been recognized in recent years as having one the best sheriff’s departments in the nation.
"Providence graduation rates are up."
On the last night of the General Assembly, "by 11 o'clock 95 to 98 percent of the business was done. So we really didn't have that late-night session. We were just holding on one bill."
Cranston's 2014-2015 "budget funds 100 percent of the local police and fire pension and other retiree benefit costs."
"As Alaska’s attorney general, (U.S. Senate candidate Dan) Sullivan successfully fought to protect our Second Amendment rights and passed ‘stand your ground.’ "
"He’s been in office nearly four years now, but 40% of Wisconsinites don't know who (U.S. Sen.) Ron Johnson is."
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