The latest statements we've reviewed for PolitiFact Virginia
Except for Virginia, "the other 49 states keep raising their gas tax."
"The brutal fact is, when it comes to education, America is slipping" behind other nations.
"One-third of the gasoline is purchased by out-of-state people" in Virginia
Says his plan to raise car registration to $56 would still leave Virginia with a fee that’s "equal to or lower than most states."
Says Virginia economic development officials "decided they didn’t want to bid on" his company's electric automobile plant.
Virginia "spends less per student today than we did in 2008."
Says his transportation plan "would make Virginia the first state in the nation to eliminate the state tax on gasoline."
There is "over 20 times more energy" in a proposed Southside uranium mining site than "there is in all the oil that’s estimated to be off Virginia’s coast"
Says Virginia is the biggest state that does not have a major league sports team.
"The average kid comes out of Virginia colleges with about $25,000-plus in debt."
Northern Virginia is the most "heavily trafficked place in the country."
Says budget savings by reducing pay and benefits for federal employees total $103 billion over 10 years -- more than $50,000 per worker.
"The Agriculture Department estimates that roughly 42 percent of the corn crop will be used to make ethanol -- more than the amount of corn used to feed livestock and poultry in the United States."
Bill Clinton presided over "the biggest expansion of the American economy since World War II."
"As governor, I cut $5 billion in spending."
"Virginia papers called (Scott) Rigell’s campaign ‘Mostly False.’"
"The poverty rate amongst women is the worst it’s been in 17 years and the extreme poverty rate is the worst it’s ever been."
"The tax burden on Virginia families was lower under Tim Kaine than under George Allen."
"Repealing and replacing Obamacare – that’s going to save $1 trillion over a 10-year period."
Eric Cantor "took $5 million from Sheldon Adelson," a Las Vegas casino owner.
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