Statements about Job Accomplishments
"Four balanced budgets in a row, with no new taxes for anyone. The best job growth in 12 years. Nearly 130,000 new private-sector jobs. Merit pay to reward New Jersey’s best teachers, and the most education funding ever."
Says he "has repeatedly praised Chuck Hagel’s character, patriotism, bravery, and personal service defending our nation."
"I was the first member of Congress to call him (Barack Obama) a socialist..."
Kohl’s Department Stores in 2012 "announced the creation of 3,000 new jobs."
"I am now the No. 2 member of this House in terms of length of service."
"Unlike the gridlock in Washington, more than 80 percent of the bills we passed during this General Assembly had bipartisan support."
"Scott Walker has even removed the 250,000 jobs promise from his website."
Wisconsin has created "just under 100,000" jobs since he took office.
"Wisconsin still ranks first among the 50 states in manufacturing jobs per capita."
Bill Clinton presided over "the biggest expansion of the American economy since World War II."
Sherrod Brown "voted six times to raise his own pay."
"As governor, I cut $5 billion in spending."
Says Jim Renacci "opposed increasing combat bonuses for our troops."
Says a university survey concluded his Massachusetts administration "had more women in senior leadership positions than any other state in America."
"We need a Senator who shows up to work. Sherrod Brown missed over 350 official votes."
"While Mandel's been busy traveling the country raising campaign money, he hasn't shown up for work."
Josh Mandel "is lying about his own record. The rating of Ohio's investment fund has NOT improved."
James Langevin "has received almost $20 million from taxpayers and special interests to use at his own discretion to supposedly champion Rhode Island’s needs."
"Seven times Obama could have stopped China's cheating. Seven times, he refused."
David Cicilline is "the 5th most liberal person in the House of Representatives."
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