If ___________ becomes president, I’m moving to ___________! The refrain comes up every four years, no matter who’s running.
PolitiFact California will be fact-checking claims made by presidential candidates Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich at the California Republican Party Convention this week. Follow us @CAPolitiFact for live tweets from the event.
As California's June 7th primary election draws near, PolitiFact California is highlighting how presidential candidates fare with the truth on PolitiFact's Truth-O-Meter. We will also be fact-checking the statements they make while in the Golden State.
Fleshing out comments made by the Republican governor, which drew criticism from Democrats, in which he compared political attacks on himself to someone attacking the two Green Bay Packers quarterbacks.
As presidential candidates arrive in the state, PolitiFact California is highlighting their records with the truth. We will also be fact-checking the statements they make while on California soil.
As the Wisconsin primary approached, PolitiFact Wisconsin readers dialed up candidates records.
Teasing out how the Republican presidential front runner scores so poorly on our Truth-O-Meter but does so well with GOP voters.
Plus: The Final Five on the Truth-O-Meter; closer looks at visits by Trump, Clinton, Sanders, Kasich and Cruz; and Trump's comments on punishing women who have an abortion.
The Texas senator and GOP presidential candidate made several claims during a town hall meeting that have been previously evaluated by PolitiFact.
Plus: The Final Five on the Truth-O-Meter; closer looks at visits by Clinton, Sanders and Kasich; and Trump's comments on punishing women who have an abortion.
Hillary Clinton made claims contrasting herself with the Republican presidential candidates and her rival for the Democratic nomination, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Fact-checking John Kasich's Milwaukee visit
Fact-checking Bernie Sanders' Madison speech
Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich made claims about his general election electability while seeking support ahead of Wisconsin's presidential primary.
The Final Five: Kasich, Cruz, Trump, Clinton and Sanders on the Truth-O-Meter
Bernie Sanders: Fact checking his Madison speech
All five presidential candidates are scheduled to traverse Wisconsin -- making assertions, boasts and attacks -- ahead of the state’s primary election on April 5, 2016. Almost certainly, they will repeat some of their favorite lines, some of which will make you stop and ask, Really? Thankfully, we've rated many of those claims.
Texan Ted Cruz, reacting to the terrorist attacks in Brussels, says the U.S. needs to bear down on "Muslim neighborhoods."
That might be hard to launch.
We fact-checked what the candidates had to say about trade, Common Core and more Thursday at the University of Miami.
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Fact-checking the Democratic debate in Miami
Fact-Check-A-Thon calls out misleading TV ads in 2016 primaries
There's no debating this: The Republican and Democratic primaries in Texas and other southern states (is Minnesota a southern state?) take place Tuesday.
So get your Truth-O-Meter on!
For our latest Texas-oriented fact checks, scroll down. LIKE us and comment on our Facebook page. For a national view, click here.
The Iowa caucuses are over the GOP race and the rivalries will likely intensify. But which attacks are based in fact and which are baseless accusations?
The top nine candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination take to the stage Tuesday for the last debate of 2015.
Before the contest airs at 8:30 p.m. on CNN, catch up here with the most recent-fact checks on candidate claims.
Let's see how the candidates did in repeating claims that have been previously rated on the Truth-O-Meter.
Ten of the latest fact checks -- two each on the five Republican White House hopefuls who are leading in the polls.
The top 10 candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination will appear in their third debate Wednesday, just a week after the first Democratic debate further solidified former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as that party's frontrunner.
Two Republicans have withdrawn from the crowded field, which still requires an "undercard" debate of lower performing candidates at 6 p.m.
The main debate will air live from Boulder, Colo. on CNBC starting at 8 p.m. Click on the headline for more on those candidates.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich is the latest Republican to throw his hat into the ring for the 2016 presidential race. Here, we take a look at some of the claims by Kasich that we've checked over the years.