Statements from the Wisconsin: 2011 State Senate recalls's race

Says state Rep. Fred Clark (D-Baraboo) ran a red light and seriously injured a bicyclist.

Says Wisconsin Senate recall candidate Jessica King "voted to increase her pay with taxpayer dollars by 63 percent."

Republican redistricting plans cut Democrat Nancy Nusbaum out of  "her state Senate district by a half a block."

Says state Senate recall challenger Sandy Pasch voted "to cut school aid by nearly $300 million."

Says state Sen. Sheila Harsdorf wants to "eliminate Medicare" as we know it.

Says the 2011-13 state budget eliminates the structural deficit "for the first time in decades."

"Protesters caused $7.5 million in damage to the Wisconsin State House"

State Sen. Alberta Darling "voted to add more than $1 billion in additional spending" while cutting programs such as education and health care

An iron ore mine in northern Wisconsin could operate for 100 years and generate billion of dollars in economic activity.

Says U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan promised to "end health care for our seniors."

Says people who signed recall petitions against Wisconsin state Sen. Jim Holperin received "harassing phone calls from out-of-state telemarketers claiming to represent the Democratic Party and insinuating foul play by petition circulators."

Republicans offered Wisconsin bar patrons "free shots (of alcohol) to sign recall petitions against" Democrats.

Says protesters at the Wisconsin state Capitol on the night the state Senate passed collective bargaining changes damaged the windshield of his car.

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