Articles from May, 2012
Claims about transportation financing, Obama's level of federal spending checked.
As Americans recognize Memorial Day, we're reviewing related fact-checks put to the Truth-O-Meter
Runyan gets a False, Booker a True, on their claims about solvency of Medicare, percentage of blacks incarcerated in New Jersey.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker touched off a kerfuffle when he criticized the Obama campaign for hammering Mitt Romney over his record at Bain Capital. Booker's video response was interpreted as a backtrack. But how much did he really backtrack?
But PolitiFact New Jersey found that balancing the state budget is a requirement under the state constitution
Claims about job loss, support of tax cuts for wealthy earn Mostly False, Pants on Fire rulings
A news release and an e-mail from Pascrell's campaign labeled one of our rulings as False, when the actual verdict was Mostly False
Rep. Steve Rothman used a clip of the interview to suggest Pascrell admitted supporting "more tax cuts for the rich"
With the president's announcement, PolitiFact New Jersey revisits fact checks on gay marriage
New Jersey voters haven't sent a Republican to the U.S. Senate or a Democratic woman to the House of Representatives in nearly four decades.
Attack claims from Democrats, Republicans against opposing party are less than accurate.
PolitiFact New Jersey checks statements from candidates for Congress.