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"As governor, I cut $5 billion in spending."

Says U.S. Senate rival Tammy Baldwin supports a "tax increase that President Obama says" would cost middle-class families $3,000 per year.  

Says Jim Renacci "opposed increasing combat bonuses for our troops."

"Virginia papers called (Scott) Rigell’s campaign ‘Mostly False.’"

"Jim Renacci tried to avoid paying taxes on nearly $14 million that he made."

"Women who have miscarriages could be investigated by police" under legislation supported by Republican state Senate candidate Rick Gudex.

Says Mitt Romney and George Allen "would overturn Roe v. Wade and allow states to end safe, legal abortion even in cases of rape, incest or when a woman's life is at risk."

"Sherrod Brown supported President Obama's $453 billion tax increase."

Says Paul Ryan’s budget plan "ends Medicare."

Sherrod Brown "failed to pay his own taxes three separate times."

Says Adam Hasner "gives the wealthy tax breaks worth $250,000 a year but hikes middle class taxes $2,000."

As governor, "Mitt Romney raised nursing home fees eight times."

"By voting to approve [Question 1], we can . . . save 900 jobs" at Twin River.

Says that Josh Mandel voted to let insurance companies deny coverage for autism

"Newgard owed more than $13,000 for unpaid taxes on his $1 million Milwaukie apartment complex."

"Since President Obama took office, there are over 450,000 more unemployed women."

Says Romney wants to "take away early childhood education, slash K-12 funding, and cut college aid … to pay for a $250,000 tax break for multi-millionaires."

"We need a Senator who shows up to work. Sherrod Brown missed over 350 official votes."

President Barack Obama’s "spending drove us $5 trillion deeper in debt."

Says Romney invested in a firm that made goods in China that "could have been made here in America."

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