Truth-O-Meter shoots down claims about New Jersey job growth, size of state budget.
As governor announces latest job-growth numbers, the Truth-O-Meter looks back at past claims on the same topic.
New Jersey's governor ended the Truth-O-Meter's first year with 39 claims checked for accuracy.
Against the Truth-O-Meter, both political parties fare about the same.
As the campaign heats up, candidates and political groups are incorrectly describing our ratings. We put their claims about the Truth-O-Meter to the Truth-O-Meter.
Claims about transportation financing, Obama's level of federal spending checked.
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
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.
Weekend claims about Medicaid funding, state budget revenue sources contain a hint of truth.
With the question of who will be at the top of the Republican presidential ticket looking more and more settled, attention is turning to the No. 2 spot. Who will be the vice presidential pick?
Readers debate rationale behind governor raising issue of union fees for non NJEA members.
Claims about the real cost of the federal health care plan, who gets the credit for New Jersey having a low risk of corruption go up against the Truth-O-Meter.
Garden State politicians have landed at Mostly False, False and Pants on Fire for claims related to the national health care reform law
Gay marriage claims rates Half True, healthcare claim gets Pants on Fire.
As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to review President Barack Obama's health care law, we review the falsehoods that simply won't stop.
Mostly True handed down for abortion claim, Half True for tax increase claim.
Formula claims 85 government employees per square mile in Garden State.
PolitiFact New Jersey finds claims on state spending, education funding are inaccurate.
From his budget address to an interview on CBS News' "Face the Nation," three recent fact-checks have left the governor with Mostly True, Half True and Mostly False rulings.