Statements about Voting Record

"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."

On a single-payer healthcare system  

Says that Sherrod Brown is an "Obama rubber stamp" for "supporting the job-killing cap and trade plan."

Sheldon Whitehouse voted for a "$525-billion tax increase on the middle class."

"The truth is David Cicilline voted for tougher laws against child abusers, domestic abusers and abusers of the elderly."

Sherrod Brown "voted six times to raise his own pay."

Says when he was governor, "most of the Democrats" voted for his billion-dollar property-tax cuts, but U.S. Senate rival Tammy Baldwin "voted against it."  

Says, "Carl proposed a 'windfall' tax on real estate development when he was a Metro Councilor."

Virginia’s educational level among whites is higher than Georgia’s.

"I’ve got a 94 percent" career voting record in Congress while Bill Nelson has "a 92 percent voting record."

Laurie Monnes Anderson "voted to let violent criminals out of jail early."

Says Rep. Jon Runyan "voted to redefine rape."

Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown shows someone can be bipartisan in Congress because he "votes about 66 percent with his own party."

Says Bill Nelson voted "98 percent of the time" with Barack Obama.

In 2012, Connie Mack missed 178 votes, "one of the worst voting records" in Congress.

Says "when I voted against [an increase in the minimum wage], it was in the 80s."

Says Julie Parrish "voted to divert $160 million from public schools to private for-profit schools."

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