Friday, November 28th, 2014

Kathleen Falk's file

Falk
Kathleen Falk, a Wisconsin Democrat, lost a bid in 2012 for the Democratic nomination to run against Gov. Scott Walker in a recall election. Falk served as the Dane County executive from 1997 to 2011. She ran unsuccessfully for governor in 2002 and for state attorney general in 2006.

Falk's statements by ruling

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

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Kathleen Falk's website

Recent statements involving Kathleen Falk

False

Study looks at overall numbers, doesn’t touch on the same job

Mostly False

Quiet? Very. Secret? Not if announced by news release

Half-True

Numbers on target, but credit larger forces too

Half-True

It did, from a low mark, but it’s not all due to Falk

Recent stories featuring Kathleen Falk

Our roundup of recent Wisconsin recall ratings

The partisan passion on both sides of Wisconsin’s gubernatorial recall as taken a toll on truth-telling. We take a look at recent ratings, as the June 5 election approaches.

Behind the rhetoric: The in-state, out-of-state campaign money debate

Both sides say the other is relying on out-of-state contributions in the 2012 gubernatorial recall. We dig into the numbers in the third in our series of background stories on key questions in the race.

A round up of recall charges, counter-charges

The pace of claims and counter-claims is accelerating as Wisconsin’s recall election for governor sprints to its June 5, 2012 conclusion. The primary is May 8.

We’ve been tracking many of the statements, and will continue to do so in the coming weeks.

Here’s a look at the some of the major emerging issues in the early campaign ads.