GOP presidential candidates Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Donald Trump battled for attention a month before the first debate. Readers made their claims the most-read fact-checks of the month.
Donald Trump says he heard there could be 34 million U.S. "illegals."
PANTS ON FIRE, PolitiFact Florida found.
NEW: Pundit correctly says majority of Hispanic residents in the country were born in the U.S.
As of 2012, according to a federal agency, some 11.4 million residents lived in the country without legal authorization. Others put the number between 11 million and 12 million. MORE AHEAD:
As Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders speak at the National Urban League conference in Fort Lauderdale, we look at some of our fact-checks of the 2016 presidential candidates’ comments on the black community.
The former governor's history in Florida politics is long and complex, just like his record on PolitiFact's Truth-O-Meter.
U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson will challenge U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy in a Democratic primary in 2016, vying for the seat held by Sen. Marco Rubio.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush officially announced his 2016 candidacy for president, leading to a fresh round of attacks and claims.
PolitiFact and PunditFact have published more than 400 fact-checks dealing with immigration since 2007. Here are five myths about the hot-topic issue.
We look back at our fact-checks on gay and lesbian issues, as well as what candidates had to say about the recent court ruling.
• Chris Christie on the Truth-O-Meter
• Donald Trump on the Truth-O-Meter
Jeb Bush will announce for president on Monday. PolitiFact Florida has fact-checked his claims about Iraq, immigration and education, among others.
Hillary Clinton's Truth-O-Meter record
PunditFact: The backstory behind Diane Rehm's question to Bernie Sanders on dual Israeli citizenship
PolitiFact has fact-checked former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s claims about Iraq, immigration and education.