Saturday, October 25th, 2014
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PolitiFact's 9 biggest whoppers of the 2014 campaign

We select the nine biggest falsehoods we've fact-checked this election season, with claims about Islamic State, the U.S.-Mexico border, guns and women's health making the list.

 

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Mostly False

Paved the way for ... not really anything

Half-True

No specific mandate, but some would be affected based on way the law is constructed

False

Despite hiccups, things are on track

Mostly False

There's little chance the Legislature would have acted

Mostly True

Lower than some Senate Republicans

Half-True

Abolishing department doesn't abolish all programs

Mostly True

Mostly True, again, and again

Half-True

Some efforts may preserve American work

False

Education spending a major campaign theme