PolitiFact Florida staff writer
Katie Sanders is a PolitiFact Florida staff writer who also writes for the Tallahassee bureau of the Tampa Bay Times and Miami Herald.
The latest Truth-O-Meter items from Katie Sanders
Recent stories from Katie SandersOur latest tally of Rick Scott's campaign promises
How did Scott's promises fare during this year's legislative session? We pulled out our Scott-O-Meter.In context: Rick Scott's comments on Republicans and jobs
To Democratic ears, Gov. Rick Scott's remarks from a GOP dinner sound a lot like Mitt Romney's '47 percent' comment last year in Boca Raton. Read both remarks and decide for yourself.Fact-checking Rick Scott's table setting
We've fact-checked several talking points included in a campaign-style flier from the governor's office that greeted Florida Council of 100 members at a recent dinner.Fact-checking House Speaker Will Weatherford
The Republican from Pasco County was everywhere during the legislative session. We checked out his talking points.Fact-checking more claims about the sequester
Broad-based cuts to the federal budget are starting to have an impact on states and cities. We look at our latest round of fact-checks on the cuts known as sequestration.Fact-checking more claims about the sequester
Broad-based cuts to the federal budget are starting to have an impact on states and cities. We look at our latest round of fact-checks on the cuts known as sequestration.Fact-checking Florida at CPAC
What did Florida's conservatives have to say at their annual gathering? We check the facts.Fact-checking CPAC, the 'Woodstock for conservatives'
The Conservative Political Action Conference has become a prominent event for conservatives. We put the speeches to the Truth-O-Meter.Florida goes to CPAC
It’s the regular gathering of conservatives from around the country. Florida will be well represented, and we’ll be checking the facts.Fact-checking Gov. Rick Scott's 'State of the State'
We turn on the Truth-O-Meter for Scott's speech and 'pre-buttals' from the Democrats.
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