Donna Campbell's file:

Republican from Texas

Donna Campbell, a New Braunfels physician, won election to represent Texas Senate District 25 in November 2012. In 2010, she was the Republican nominee for the U.S. House seat held by Democrat Lloyd Doggett of Austin.

Recent statements involving Donna Campbell

Says Donna Campbell is pushing a 35 percent sales tax extending to medicine, groceries and real estate.

Says Jeff Wentworth was the only Republican to vote against the Texas measure requiring women to have a sonogram before receiving an abortion.

Says Texas Senate hopeful Donna Campbell doesn’t live in the district she’s hoping to win in 2012.

"Donna Campbell has called for ending all federal funding for education"

Says Lloyd Doggett voted for the health care, stimulus and cap-and-trade bills.

Recent stories featuring Donna Campbell

Texas runoffs mean two more months of fact-checks:

The top two vote-getters in the Republican U.S. Senate primary — David Dewhurst and Ted Cruz — are headed to a July 31 runoff. And theirs is not the only unsettled contest. That means about 60 additional days for the Truth-O-Meter to weigh candidate claims.

PolitiFact checked more than 30 candidate claims before Texas party primaries:

We poked into more than 30 claims by, or about, candidates on the Texas party primary ballots, extending from remarks by U.S. Senate candidates through those by hopefuls for Travis County and Williamson County posts.

Reminders dead ahead.

Caller: How would you vote (just 'tween us and the Truth-O-Meter)?:

Our latest article on U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett's charge that GOP challenger Donna Campbell has called for an end to federal education aid pivots on how she answered a caller's question to a public-access cable TV show--but it's not our only article based on ayes and nays...

Kidnappings, Social Security, it's your turn:

Before we sink into full-blown summer — abundant with fresh statements to test, we hope — let’s unload our mailbag. It’s too heavy to carry through July.

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