Gov. Scott Walker took pains to clarify his position on illegal immigration amid allegations of flip-flopping, but questions remain.
Scott Walker and Greg Abbott, both visiting the Texas-Mexico border, have something else in common.
Walker, governor of his state longer than Abbott has led Texas, has been checked more often, though.
As he has emerged as a front-runner among 2016 GOP presidential contenders, Gov. Scott Walker has shifted some of his positions. On what issues, and to what end?
Latest report brings us one step closer to final tally for Walker's first term.
On the 50th anniversary of ‘Bloody Sunday’ in Selma, we look back at our fact-checks about voting rights.
Rick Scott's 2015 State of the State speech annotated
On the 50th anniversary of ‘Bloody Sunday’ in Selma, we look back at our fact-checks about voting rights
In the wake of his surprise announcement on an abortion ban after 20 weeks, we review where Walker has been on the issue.
Gov. Scott Walker, so-called right-to-work legislation, the Green Bay Packers and Rush Limbaugh all were part of our top February items.
A poll shows Ted Cruz barely still the favorite of Texas Republicans considering presidential prospects--with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker close behind (within the poll's margin of error).
Poll results oft change. But Truth-O-Meter report cards just get longer. Walker has been fact-checked more than Cruz; he also has more Pants on Fire ratings. More ahead...
Source: News story, "UT/TT Poll: In Texas, Walker Ties Cruz; Clinton Soaring," the Texas Tribune, Feb. 23, 2015
Breaking news about fast-track legislation is sure to reignite the right to work debate.
Gov. Scott Walker's proposed budget cuts to the University of Wisconsin System have been pegged at 13 percent, 2.5 percent and 16 percent. So, are any of those figures correct?
How is it that the conservative commentator linked the two?
We haven’t studied it, but we think there might be pent-up demand for Pants on Fire.
How we sized up claims made about the $800 million casino complex.
Gov. Scott Walker would have finished much closer to his 250,000 jobs goal had there been four years with the jobs growth seen in 2014 -- especially the final four months of the year.
Before the year disappears from the rear-view mirror, here’s a final PolitiFact Wisconsin look-back at 2014.
A look at the promises we'll be following.
Reviewing articles we did in 2014 without the Truth-O-Meter that provided a different sort of clarity and analysis.
Can you guess how we rated these six lighter and less-serious claims from 2014?
Ranking, by clicks, our seven Pants on Fire ratings from 2014.