Accuracy issues topple claims by U.S. Rep. Rob Andrews, state Assemblyman John Burzichelli
The Democratic mayor of Newark revived an argument previously tested against the Truth-O-Meter: state funding cuts for family planning services.
Sen. Barbara Buono claims the governor has demanded tax cuts the state can't afford; Christie touts his leadership in endorsing Mitt Romney
PolitiFact New Jersey digs into two claims about the nation's health care system that Gov. Chris Christie made during his keynote speech at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.
The speeches keep coming and our Truth-O-Meter keeps rolling.
The Republican National Convention in Tampa scheduled hours of back-to-back speeches pounding President Barack Obama on what they say is his inability to bring about change we can believe in.
Who can get the job done? We’ll let you guess the GOP’s answer. And here’s a hint: The theme of Wednesday's session was "We Can Change It."
GOP luminaries focused on fiscal responsibility and the economy, which was good news for PolitiFact. Those are two of our favorite subjects. And speaking of the economy, we added a fact-check of a top Obama campaign official who made a claim about Mitt Romney’s position on a popular tax policy.
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PolitiFact tested three claims made by Gov. Chris Christie during his keynote address at the Republican National Convention
On the first night of the Republican National Convention, GOP speakers proclaim the value of hard work and criticize the country's direction under President Barack Obama.
The Republican National Convention launched into full swing Tuesday. To start off, PolitiFact fact-checked some claims by and about former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist of Florida. We edged in with a check of Ted Cruz's comparison of national debt to the Gross Domestic Product.
As the governor prepares to talk up the Garden State in his keynote address tonight, PolitiFact New Jersey revisits his claims touting New Jersey’s progress during his tenure
Truth-O-Meter also reviewed Joe Kyrillos claim about U.S. corporate tax rates
Has a "Jersey comeback" really begun? Gov. Chris Christie says he won't utter those words in his keynote address, but the governor will nonetheless tout his record in the state, including his stewardship of the economy. Here's a scorecard with just the facts.
PolitiFact New Jersey recaps our weekend fact-checks on Gov. Chris Christie and the National Republican Congressional Committee
The New Jersey governor will be the headliner on Aug. 28. PolitiFact New Jersey reviews his record on the Truth-O-Meter.
With the New Jersey governor getting a primetime slot later this month in Tampa, Fla., here’s a roundup of Christie’s claims about Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama.
Weekend claims target NJ governor's efforts in both areas.
Bill Pascrell claims President Barack Obama hasn't raised taxes, Chris Christie says using line-item vetoes slashed $360 million from New Jersey's budget.
U.S. Senate hopeful, governor cite wrong statistics in claims about national job creation, number of state employees.
Gov. Chris Christie claims Sen. Paul Sarlo voted to raise income taxes after stating the budget would contain no new taxes; Senate President Stephen Sweeney says tenure has been modernized in New Jersey.
In an appearance at the Brookings Institution, the governor repeated claims previously tested on the Truth-O-Meter, including statements on tax hikes, job growth and Medicaid spending
PolitiFact New Jersey checks out a few of the claims the governor makes in a new radio spot.