Statements about Voting Record
John Cornyn "voted twice in 2013 to back Obama’s amnesty plan."
Mark Warner voted for "nearly $1 trillion in new taxes and $7 trillion in new debt."
"Of the 20 bills [Rep. David] Cicilline has sponsored in his three years in office, not a single one has advanced past the embryonic committee stage."
Says state Sens. Greg Evers, Nancy Detert and Charles Dean "got a failing grade from conservatives."
"Obamacare passed by just one vote in the Senate. It wouldn’t have passed without Mark Warner’s vote."
"I did not support the sequester."
Mark Warner cast "the tiebreaking vote" to pass Obamacare.
"In Jeanne Shaheen, New Hampshire has a Senator who was the deciding vote to pass Obamacare."
Says U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz "voted to cut off Florida’s veterans and their benefits."
Says he "opposed the president’s decision to go into Iraq" in 2003.
"Every (personhood) bill I’ve ever support has either had language that says we’re conforming to the constitutional rulings of the Supreme Court or something to that effect."
Patrick Murphy voted for Obamacare in 2010, "yet he reversed himself and voted to delay" the employer mandate and the individual mandate.
"With nearly 75 percent of Americans supportive of the construction of the pipeline, Schrader needs to explain to Oregon families why he voted against this needed project."
Says that except for foreign policy, Ron Paul’s voting record and his voting record are virtually identical.
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss votes more with Democrats than with conservatives.
"The higher the education level, the more likely they are to vote Democratic."
Says U.S. Senate candidate Tammy Baldwin "proposed a $3.9 trillion tax increase -- a tax increase so extreme" that "even Nancy Pelosi voted against it."
Says Jim Renacci has "consistently voted" for loopholes that "encourage outsourcing of our jobs."
Says Connie Mack was "the only member of the Florida delegation that voted against a bill to help NASA."
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