Arizona's 15th Congressional District is a nonexistent congressional district. However, in a report issued by the Barack Obama administration,[1] the district is listed as one where "30 jobs have been saved or created with just $761,420,"[1] despite the fact that the district does not exist. In fact, Arizona has only 8 congressional districts.[2] Proponents of the stimulus claim that the errors are minor and to be expected. Critics cite this and many other errors, exaggerations, and data with poor documentation as evidence that the stimulus plan is not working, that jobs saved or created are impossible to measure, but that unemployment has far exceeded the administration's promise of a maximum of 8.5%, reaching 10.2% as of early autumn 2009.[3]


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