Statements we say are False
"I've either balanced every budget or we turned back a surplus."
Says a $12.5 million incentive deal she approved for Abbott Laboratories contained "strong protections for taxpayers if job creation goals were not met."
Mary Burke "wasted 12.5 million dollars on a vacant lot" in a move that "could cost taxpayers nearly $25 million."
Twenty percent of single adults, ages 21 to 25 with no kids, "are not working or even in school trying to find a job."
"The fundraising numbers are in, and our grassroots support is unmatched!"
Says Common Core is a federal mandate.
"Last year, I was involved with an effort to to help prosecutors get their first pay raise in more than 10 years."
Says attorney general candidate Jon Richards "went so far to say he would only enforce the laws with which he personally agreed."
The Wisconsin unemployment rate was higher than the U.S. rate during only three months when Mary Burke was state commerce secretary.
"When Jim Doyle was governor and Mary Burke was commerce secretary," Wisconsin saw "billions in middle-class tax hikes on nursing home beds, gas, phones and garbage."
The proposed Gogebic iron ore mine is "just up the hill" from the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore caves along Lake Superior.
Says the secret John Doe criminal investigation of his campaign has been "resolved" and two judges have said it is "over."
"Congressman Duffy has long record of voting against VA backlog fixes."
Says Gov. Scott Walker "has made Wisconsin 2nd in the nation in losing jobs."
"Milwaukee has the second-highest" number of children recovered from sex trafficking.
A majority of Americans "since Harry Truman days" support single-payer health insurance, or "full Medicare for all."
President Barack Obama’s budget threatens national security by proposing "an Army of fewer personnel than we had before Pearl Harbor."
Welcome to Wisconsin road signs have "always been made in Wisconsin," but Scott Walker "is outsourcing them" to an out-of-state company and "paying more money for them."
"The big Wall Street banks, the big corporations" give "many times more" political donations to Democrats than Republicans.
Says Gov. Scott Walker’s repeal of a 2009 law has left Wisconsin as "one of five states without an equal pay law protecting women from gender discrimination in their paycheck."
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