Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

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Cherrypicking his veterans’ votes

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Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

"Congressman Duffy has long record of voting against VA backlog fixes."  

— PolitiFact Wisconsin

False

Cherry-picking her veterans' votes

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Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

"Congresswoman Ros-Lehtinen has long record of voting against VA backlog fixes."

— PolitiFact Florida

Half-True

Jolly didn't, but his employer did

False

"No" on a procedural vote but "Yes" on passage

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Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

Says Jim Renacci "opposed increasing combat bonuses for our troops."

— PolitiFact Ohio

Mostly False

Speculative analysis

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Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

Frank Guinta voted to make middle class taxpayers pay over a $1,000 more a year in taxes.

— PolitiFact New Hampshire

Recent stories featuring Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

Truth-O-Meter checks claims about tax cuts for millionaires, number of gun deaths in U.S.

New ad from Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee targets Jon Runyan, other House GOP members; Sen. Frank Lautenberg compares deaths by gunfire in US to those on Middle Eastern battlefields

Lie of the Year 2011: 'Republicans voted to end Medicare'

In campaign ads, web videos and TV interviews, Democrats repeatedly said House Republicans had "voted to end Medicare." Our 2011 winner is the latest in a long history of scare tactics aimed at senior citizens.

Lie of the Year 2011: Readers' poll results

The claim that economic stimulus created "zero jobs" was the No. 1 choice of PolitiFact readers.

How we chose the 2011 Lie of the Year

For the first time, PolitiFact editors and readers chose different claims as the Lie of the Year.

Democrats persist with false Medicare claim

The radio ad says: "Congressman Scott Rigell voted to end Medicare, forcing seniors to pay more to protect tax breaks for Big Oil and millionaires."