Statements we say are Half-True
Says she "stood up to" Gov. Scott Walker on tax cuts "for wealthy corporations" while her congressional opponent voted with Walker.
By eliminating the public intervenor’s office, "I was the first one to fire Kathleen Falk."
Says U.S. Senate rival Tommy Thompson said he wants to "do away with Medicare."
"The median income in America has dropped by 10 percent in the last four years."
"70 percent of the people who voted" on June 5, 2012, "just didn’t feel comfortable with the recall of the governor," weakening any idea that Wisconsin is "fully behind this Walker agenda."
"Minnesota has passed and Indiana has passed" right to work laws making union membership and dues optional
The federal government "reviewed and verified" his administration’s numbers showing Wisconsin added 23,608 jobs in 2011.
Figures cited by Gov. Scott Walker "are not commonly used" to measure job creation.
Says Tom Barrett plans "to spend $100 million on a trolley that goes barely two miles on the east side of Milwaukee."
Thanks to our policies, "for the first time in state history, we have put millions of dollars into our rainy day fund in consecutive years."
"While Act 10 allowed (Milwaukee County) to save some money, it was millions short of what we needed to fill the hole left by the $28 million cut in state aid."
Says Democratic recall opponent Mahlon Mitchell sent a letter "encouraging folks to boycott more than 100 companies."
Says Gov. Scott Walker "has caused Wisconsin to lose more jobs than any other state in the country."
Says his sons were "targeted" on Facebook "by out-of-state protesters."
"Together we added more jobs than any other area" while I was Dane County executive.
Says "unemployment tripled" in Dane County due to Kathleen Falk’s tax policies
Mayor Tom Barrett’s policies drove unemployment up 27 percent in Milwaukee, pushing it to "one of America’s 10 worst cities for unemployment."
Says Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele "eliminated" sheriff’s office funding for providing security for presidential and presidential campaign visits.
Says 85 percent of Milwaukee shootings involve "people with extensive criminal records shooting other people with extensive criminal records."
Says Gov. Scott Walker "didn’t balance the budget" so "we now have a larger state deficit 14 months into (his) term than we did when he was elected."
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