Statements about Voting Record
"Bill Nelson was the deciding vote" on the health care law.
"In the last 10 years, only one piece of legislation has been cosponsored and passed by" John Duncan Jr.
"70 percent of the people who voted" on June 5, 2012, "just didn’t feel comfortable with the recall of the governor," weakening any idea that Wisconsin is "fully behind this Walker agenda."
Sherrod Brown "gave huge bonuses to executives."
U.S. Rep. Paul Broun has not authored any legislation that has been adopted by Congress.
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson was "the deciding vote for the health care law."
Rob Portman shares "radical, ideological views" toward women.
"Overwhelming Democrat and Republican votes" in 2011 for legislation in two special sessions on jobs demonstrated the bipartisan nature of the Wisconsin Legislature.
"Marcy Kaptur voted against a ban which would have prevented the aborting of a baby girl for the sole reason that she's a girl."
"The legislature was never given the opportunity to debate or vote on loaning $75 million to 38 Studios."
Says Sen. Sherrod Brown "cast the deciding vote on the government takeover of health care."
"Obama’s flush with cash, returning to Wall Street for even more money. … Wall Street sure supports President Obama."
Says Jon Runyan voted to "end programs to aid homeless veterans."
Betty Sutton "gutted Medicare by $500 billion" with her vote for the president's health care bill.
Says Jeff Reardon cut elementary school music classes, art instruction, teaching positions, basketball and volleyball programs, and he voted to raise school lunch prices.
Says "Schaufler was the only Democrat who voted to stop" the state’s health care reform plan.
Says he did not vote for Nancy Pelosi for speaker of the House.
Says "I worked with our Mayor and other commissioners to help save the school year when a budget crisis in Salem threatened to cut four weeks of the school year," including negotiating with teachers to work for free.
"When (Marcy) Kaptur fought for the Democrats' prescription drug benefit for seniors, (Dennis) Kucinich voted no."
Says when she "helped get $15 billion more for veterans care, Kucinich voted No."
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