John Cornyn, the second-term senior U.S. senator for Texas, isn't running for president--unlike Cruz and Perry and Texas natives Rand Paul and Carly Fiorina.
He's still getting some Truth-O-Meter love. Let's peek.
SEE CORNYN'S TRUTH-O-METER REPORT CARD HERE.
In 2014, we found no substance to a claim John Cornyn dodged the draft.
Did Donald Trump dodge? PolitiFact just lofted a jump ball.
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Greg Abbott’s fresh mention of Barack Obama made us wonder.
Nearly seven years ago, did candidate Obama promise Texas a veterans hospital in the Rio Grande Valley?
PolitiFact considers claims around the Super Bowl--including whether sex trafficking steps up this time every year.
And Texan John Cornyn figures into two fresh fact checks.
A reader urged us to check John Cornyn's recent claim about jobs created since the Texas leg of the Keystone XL pipeline began flowing oil.
Cornyn, turns out, was referring to construction jobs that no longer exist.
John Cornyn and Greg Abbott were among the Republicans who won every race for statewide office again -- the kind of sweep that Texas voters have touched off every year since 1996.
We've got work ahead. Not all the winners have extensive Truth-O-Meter report cards.
We figure we've done around 200 fact checks of Texas candidates and political figures leading into November’s balloting.
Ready to gorge?
David Alameel said Cornyn dodged "his draft" in the Vietnam War era.
To the contrary, documents indicate young Cornyn, like many, was granted student deferments. Got a light?
Until we checked, it looked like David Alameel lived at one time in an impoverished colonia.
PolitiFact welcomed us to its inaugural Google Hangout this week. We talked about the prospect of Ted Cruz and Rick Perry vying for president--and how you can win a PolitiFact Texas coaster.
Kesha Rogers is not a Democrat, according to the chairman of the Texas Democratic Party. We concluded otherwise.
We’ve checked more than 100 claims by the 20-plus Texans still in the running for statewide office with David Dewhurst proving--by far--the figure most familiar with the Texas Truth-O-Meter.
Primary election returns aren't final, but John Cornyn crushed his proclaimed tea-party challenger while Democrats might face a May runoff to settle on Cornyn's November foe.
We've piled up our latest fact checks of Cornyn and outright winners Greg Abbott and Wendy Davis. For the latest results, go to www.statesman.com.
Texas voters choose major-party nominees on Tuesday, though May run-offs are possible if the lead candidate in each primary fails to draw more than half the vote.
Warm up for voting by reviewing claims we checked during the election run-up--including a smoky statement about the planet’s warmth.
PolitiFact in Washington took a longer look at a Ted Cruz claim about Medicaid expansion--and stuck with its original False rating.
Perry, Cornyn and Cruz stood behind a claim that only 30 percent of Texas physicians accept new Medicaid patients. Survey says otherwise.
John Cornyn’s disputed claim about hundreds of people nightly crossing a Texas ranch hasn't been confirmed. Other border claims have.
Lloyd Doggett drew a Half True bead on John Cornyn’s mention of partly shutting down the government.
As noted by the Houston Chronicle, Dewhurst is trying to remind Republicans that Cruz did not endorse Cornyn for a leadership role. We earlier checked a related jab.
John Cornyn called for Eric Holder to go, also questioning another government lawyer's independence.