Statements about Job Accomplishments

The state government workforce grew when Tim Kaine was governor.

Says U.S. Senate rival Tammy Baldwin wants a "completely government-controlled" health care system that goes "far beyond 'Obamacare'" and is "a Medicare system for all."

"In her nearly decade and (a) half in Congress, Tammy Baldwin has sponsored 105 bills. Only three have been enacted into law."

"Mike Dovilla’s big ideas like expanding the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit, which helped bring films like ‘The Avengers’ to Cleveland, have helped make our state No. 1 in the Midwest for job creation."

Sherrod Brown’s approval rating "has plummeted to 38 percent among Ohio voters" in a poll by a Democratic pollster.

Tim Kaine "made Virginia the best state for business four years in a row."

"Before I was governor, tuition was skyrocketing and we stopped that. We capped and then we froze college tuition."

"When I was U.S. Attorney we wound up putting 10 percent of the state Legislature in jail during my seven years."

"There is no record of congresswoman Betty Sutton ... ever holding a single in-person town hall meeting open to the general public."

The federal government "reviewed and verified" his administration’s numbers showing Wisconsin added 23,608 jobs in 2011.

"No one on my staff has ever been charged with a crime."

Says in the last six months of the Bush administration, the U.S. lost 3.5 million jobs, including 760,000 jobs during January 2009 alone.

Says he "earned the highest possible credit ratings as state treasurer."

Says he "restored prayer and the pledge in our schools."

Says new figures he released showing Wisconsin job gains for 2011 are "the final job numbers."

Says Gov. Scott Walker is "cooking the books" by releasing numbers "he just dreamed up" that show Wisconsin gained jobs in 2011.

Since Scott Walker took office as governor in January 2011, there has been an increase of 33,200 jobs in Wisconsin.

Says Gov. Scott Walker "has caused Wisconsin to lose more jobs than any other state in the country."

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