Sunday, November 23rd, 2014

Jim Doyle's file

Doyle

Democrat from Wisconsin

Jim Doyle, a Democrat, is the former governor of Wisconsin. He was elected to the post in 2002, after serving as the state's attorney general, and was re-elected in 2006. He did not seek a third term in 2010 and went to work for a Milwaukee-based law firm.

Doyle's statements by ruling

Click on the ruling to see all of Doyle's statements for that ruling.

  • True0(0)
  • Mostly True1 (%)(1)
  • Half True1 (%)(1)
  • Mostly False1 (%)(1)
  • False1 (%)(1)
  • Pants on Fire0(0)

Jim Doyle's website

Recent statements involving Jim Doyle

Recent stories featuring Jim Doyle

Take this quiz on our fact-checks in the Scott Walker-Mary Burke race

Meanwhile, here are our round-ups of claims on key topics:  Taxes, education, jobs, wages and income, business growth, higher education and miscellaneous items.

Claims in the Scott Walker-Mary Burke race about jobs

Scott Walker’s promise to create 250,000 private-sector jobs -- made when he was a candidate in 2010 and rated by us as a Promise Broken -- has reverberated throughout the 2014 campaign for governor. Both he, challenger Mary Burke and others have made a number of jobs-related claims. Here’s how we’ve rated some key ones.

Debate preview: What will Scott Walker and Mary Burke say?

We take a look at claims likely to come up in the first debate Friday between Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke.

The High Five: Scott Walker's clickability

Statements Gov. Scott Walker made about his Democratic challenger, the former Democratic governor and gay marriage were among our most-clicked items in July 2014.

A congressional hopeful’s claim about the Common Core school standards also made the High Five.

Our June High Five

Two sharply different statements regarding the now-stalled investigation into whether there was illegal coordination among conservative groups and Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign rose to the top of our most-clicked list for June. A statement by Rep. Paul Ryan on whether or not Medicare is growing broke also received lots of attention.