From U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez to New Jersey's sitting congressmen, incumbents soundly fended off their challengers in Tuesday's election
With New Jersey's U.S. Senate seat up for grabs Tuesday, PolitiFact New Jersey looks back at claims on health care, taxes and debt.
Two videos from the U.S. Senate campaign of Republican Joe Kyrillos distort remarks U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, a Democrat, made during a recent debate.
The Truth-O-Meter finds accuracy issues in claims about passage of a budget in the U.S. Senate, who's voted against hiking New Jersey's minimum wage.
U.S. Senate candidates talked taxes, health care and economy during recent debate at Montclair State University
Claims center on Sen. Bob Menendez's support of tax increases; whether Ronald Reagan really trailed Jimmy Carter in 1980 presidential polls
Truth-O-Meter also reviewed Joe Kyrillos claim about U.S. corporate tax rates
U.S. Senate hopeful, governor cite wrong statistics in claims about national job creation, number of state employees.
Following the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act, PolitiFact New Jersey reflects on fact-checks about the law.
PolitiFact New Jersey recently tested campaign claims from U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez and his Republican challenger, state Sen. Joe Kyrillos. Both statements fared poorly on the Truth-O-Meter.
PolitiFact New Jersey revisits claims made in races for two House seats and a U.S. Senate seat
New Jersey voters haven't sent a Republican to the U.S. Senate or a Democratic woman to the House of Representatives in nearly four decades.
PolitiFact New Jersey checks statements from candidates for Congress.
Garden State politicians have landed at Mostly False, False and Pants on Fire for claims related to the national health care reform law
Gay marriage claims rates Half True, healthcare claim gets Pants on Fire.
Gov. Chris Christie's fumble on Rutgers football graduation rates earns a False; state Sen. Joseph Kyrillos gets a Half True on a claim about U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez and the national deficits.