Monday, May 25th, 2015

Democratic National Committee's file

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Democratic National Committee's statements by ruling

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Recent statements involving Democratic National Committee

Mostly True

Make that 64 percent

 Democratic National Committee
Democratic National Committee

"College tuition rates in Texas jumped by 55% since 2003."

— PolitiFact Texas

Mostly True

A supporter of 'traditional marriage' with softer rhetoric

True

Perry: It's ok if a state wants to set a minimum

 Democratic National Committee
Democratic National Committee

Rick Perry doesn’t think there should be a federal minimum wage.

— PolitiFact Texas

Mostly True

Generally, repeal more unpopular but polls vary

Recent stories featuring Democratic National Committee

Fact-checking claims about same-sex marriage

On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments about same-sex marriage bans. PolitiFact has fact-checked multiple claims related to the topic.

Checking more claims from the DNC ad that says Romney flip-flopped

The Democratic National Committee put out two videos on Oct. 28, 2011 -- a 30-second version and one four minutes long -- that portray former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney as a chronic flip-flopper. The four-minute version was packed full of claims that we're still checking.

Democratic attack distorts McConnell's record

The Democrats say McConnell opposes jobs, health care for kids and equal pay for women. We conduct a reality check.

Creative editing twists McCain's comments on Iraq

An ad from the DNC claims McCain is all over the map on Iraq. We find the ad leaves important context on the cutting room floor.

PolitiFact's greatest hits

Our Top 10 Truth-O-Meter rulings cover the Pledge of Allegiance, military shrinkage and crime linkage. We also examine whether God has a position on the Iowa caucuses.