Gov. Rick Scott is now two years into his first term. How is he doing on the Scott-O-Meter?
In a fund-raising email, MoveOn said Scott "tried to kick 180,000 people off the voter rolls" and "every one" of the supervisors of election resisted him. Both claims are wrong.
The governor reacts to the recent Supreme Court ruling on health care, but he doesn't have his facts right.
Rick Scott has a curious surrogate in his latest television ad. Is she a public school teacher or a paid actor?
As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to review President Barack Obama's health care law, we review the falsehoods that simply won't stop.
Rick Scott's second State of the State address included claims about jobs, the cost of living and doughnuts. How'd he fare on the Truth-O-Meter?
We look at Gov. Rick Scott's campaign promises in a video report for 10 News.
We've looked at dozens of campaign promises from Rick Scott to see how he's doing. No promise was more prominent than his pledge to create 700,000 jobs -- we rated it Stalled.
We look back at our most popular reports of 2011: fact-checks of Marco Rubio, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Rick Scott and Alan Grayson. And then there was that Evan Longoria viral video ...
Candidate Rick Scott offered one explanation of the 700,000 private-sector jobs he'd create. Now governor, Scott is saying something different. PolitiFact Florida analyzes his statements on the Flip-O-Meter
With the Republican presidential candidates in town, Rick Scott touted Florida's prominence in picking the 2012 GOP nominee.
Gov. Rick Scott's robocalls to voters made national news. When the group Pink Slip Rick solicited calls to Scott, we could not resist fact-checking some of the claims.
He said he doesn't, a statement that has been repeated dozens of times. But is it true? Or just a myth? PolitiFact Florida finds out.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Democrats have extremely different takes on employment numbers. But it’s all in how you read them.
See the five fact checks that we submitted to the judges.
Rick Scott's first legislative session is ending without much movement on some of his biggest campaign promises. No big corporate income tax rate cut. No Arizona-style immigration law. A compromise on employee pension contributions. But are there silver linings for Florida's new governor?
Thursday, April 14, 2011, is Florida Gov. Rick Scott's 100th day in office, a symbolic marker in an elected executive's first term. We use the threshold to update our Scott-O-Meter, and provide an overview of Scott's progress.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed SB 736, the so-called "Student Success Act" on March 24, 2011, at a school in Jacksonville. See how Scott's first bill-signing aligns with the 59 campaign promises we're tracking on the Scott-O-Meter.
We've been so busy covering the hectic first weeks of the 2011 Florida legislative session, we forgot to celebrate an important milestone. We've turned 1. Read about our busy first year.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott used his first State of the State speech to push hard for his budget-cutting, tax-cutting, job-growing agenda. Here’s how he fared on the Truth-O-Meter.