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A spat between a Starbucks heckler and Gov. Rick Scott led our fact-checks in April
The Republican and Democrat congressmen ignore their primary opponents to face each other as they vie for Marco Rubio’s Senate seat.
The Republican frontrunner and his campaign manager have made a series of false claims about primary contests being stacked against them.
Gov. Rick Scott tried to get a cup of coffee from one of his favorite spots, Starbucks, on Tuesday in Gainesville. He got a jolt, all right. A community activist let him have it over cuts to health care under his reign.
Florida’s presidential primary as well as U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz fueled the Truth-O-Meter.
PolitiFact National answered five questions about the delegates to the national conventions. Here's how it works in the Sunshine State.
We look back at our most clicked fact-checks of statements by Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio Help PolitiFact raise $15,000 to fact-check the immigration debate in 2016
A campaign ad goes after the U.S. senator’s past as a Florida legislator and beyond, but doesn’t always accurately portray what happened.
Sen. Marco Rubio says he did, but the evidence is murky. Help PolitiFact raise $15,000 to hire an additional fact-checker for 2016.
Our most read fact-checks were about GOP presidential candidates, the cost of college tuition and climate change.
Foreigners giving birth are on the rise in Florida, but skipping out on the bill is not a trend.
The GOP presidential primary and the Democrats’ debate schedule fueled the Truth-O-Meter.
PolitiFact fact-checks Florida's Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio on the presidential campaign trail
Scott kept the focus on Florida's improved economy during his fifth speech to the Legislature. But is it as sound as he says?
Gov. Rick Scott kicks off the 2016 Legislature with a speech that will likely focus on his main concerns, taxes and jobs, but our Scott-O-Meter has been tracking several things he may talk about. • 5 things to know about the fight between Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz