Statements about Job Accomplishments
"I’m running the second-largest county district attorney’s office … at 1985 staffing levels."
"He’s been in office nearly four years now, but 40% of Wisconsinites don't know who (U.S. Sen.) Ron Johnson is."
Under Gov. Scott Walker, "employer confidence now stands at 95 percent," compared to "only 10 percent" at the end of the "Gov. Jim Doyle-Mary Burke administration."
Wisconsin is "one of the bluest" states, but under Scott Walker its unemployment rate "is around 3.5%."
"Once our Blueprint for Prosperity is signed into law, we will have delivered $2 billion" in tax relief.
Under Scott Walker, Wisconsin "unemployment's up" from 4.8% to 6.2%
"The only time over the last 25 years when the state’s unemployment rate exceeded the U.S. average was when (Mary) Burke was commerce secretary."
"Every year since Gov. Walker and the Republicans have been in control of the Legislature we’ve created fewer jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics."
Says Gov. Scott Walker has dropped Wisconsin "to 45th in the nation in job growth prospects while campaigning for president out of state."
Milwaukee County has "a parks capital budget that’s bigger than it’s been in the last 10 years."
Says her actions as Wisconsin commerce secretary brought the state "84,000 more Wisconsin jobs than we have today."
Says that in his first two years, "Wisconsin has seen its best two-year job growth in a decade."
Says the success of his economic agenda is supported by the fact "we went from unemployment at 9.2 percent when I decided to run for governor four years ago to two points lower."
"Our ranking in terms of the best and worst states to do business in was 43 four years ago, and we just moved up to 17 two weeks ago."
Kohl’s Department Stores in 2012 "announced the creation of 3,000 new jobs."
"Scott Walker has even removed the 250,000 jobs promise from his website."
Wisconsin has created "just under 100,000" jobs since he took office.
"Wisconsin still ranks first among the 50 states in manufacturing jobs per capita."
"Household income in America has gone down for families an average of $4,000 in the last four years" while it " went up $5,000" under Mitt Romney when he was governor of Massachusetts
Says U.S. Senate rival Tammy Baldwin wants a "completely government-controlled" health care system that goes "far beyond 'Obamacare'" and is "a Medicare system for all."
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