We're in the election's final stretch, and politicians have dynamite in their hands.
As our sister site PolitiFact National noted in an analysis of this election season's claims, "campaigns often begin with a kernel of truth. But then they stretch it, twist it and blow it up."
In Georgia, politicians went nuclear with claims on jobs, legislation on child abuse and ethics violations.
This week's wreckage could have been far worse. We ruled Mostly True on a claim by Democratic candidate for governor Roy Barnes.
But our overall analysis of the gubernatorial campaign shows that if we had a Nastymeter, it would have spun like the Wheelie ride at Six Flags Over Georgia.
Don't try this on an empty stomach, ladies and gentlemen.
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We've heard a lot of name-calling and accusations this political season.
Democrat Darryl Hicks added a word to the lexicon in a recent commercial about his main rival, Republican Mark Butler, in the race for Georgia labor commissioner.
"Mark Butler has tried to bully Georgia educators and now he's trying to bully Georgia voters," Hicks said.
So what is Hicks talking about? Hicks has accused Butler, a former state representative, of trying to "strong-arm" University of West Georgia officials into rehiring a woman he dated.