Maybe someday, but not now
"We now have more jobs in solar than we do in oil."
— PolitiFact New Hampshire
Longest and most detailed, but hardly the only
"I am the only candidate on either side who has laid out a specific plan about what I would do to defeat ISIS."
Campaign says she phrased it wrong
"Every piece of legislation, just about, that I ever introduced (in the U.S. Senate) had a Republican co-sponsor."
She chose the wrong metric
"We now have driven (health care) costs down to the lowest they've been in 50 years."
No evidence has emerged
ISIS is "going to people showing videos of Donald Trump insulting Islam and Muslims in order to recruit more radical jihadists."
The protection isn't bulletproof
The gun industry is "the only business in America that is wholly protected from any kind of liability."
Not by a long shot
The Benghazi probe is "the longest-running congressional investigation ever."
Bill never made it to governor's desk
Says Scott Walker rejected legislation to make college loan payments tax deductible and the result was "to raise taxes on students."
— PolitiFact Wisconsin
Some Republicans have, especially Rubio
"Not one of the 17 GOP candidates has discussed how they'd address the rising cost of college."
— PolitiFact Florida
Even interpreted charitably, her claim is greatly misleading
Hedge fund managers "pay less in taxes than nurses and truck drivers."
One, certainly not all
Says "all my grandparents" immigrated to America.
The stats were better under Clinton, but not 100 times better
The number of jobs created and people lifted out of poverty during Bill Clinton’s presidency was "a hundred times" what it was under President Ronald Reagan.
No, he's just not okay with one bill
McCain "still thinks it's okay when women don't earn equal pay for equal work."
Only if "you" are a family of four
"If you are driving on average in America this summer, you'll save — according to Department of Energy figures — about $70."
Nope, Obama was first in the Senate, too
"I actually started criticizing the war in Iraq before (Obama) did."
His plan includes adults
Obama "only wants your children to have health insurance."
She has experience, but maybe not at math
Says the difference between her and Barack Obama is "about 35 years of experience."
No, it was a boon to renewable fuel industry
"So that 2005 energy bill was a big step backwards on the path to clean, renewable energy. That's why I voted against it."
NIH funding is up under Bush
"It's just outrageous that under President Bush, the National Institutes of Health have been basically decreased in funding."
Little impact from making English 'official'
English "is our national language...if it becomes official, that means in a place like New York City you can't print ballots in any other language."
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