Texas voters choose major-party nominees on Tuesday, though May run-offs are possible if the lead candidate in each primary fails to draw more than half the vote.
Warm up for voting by reviewing claims we checked during the election run-up--including a smoky statement about the planet’s warmth.
U.S. Senate hopefuls David Dewhurst and Dan Patrick flip-flopped on whether to change how senators are chosen. Yes, both said, then no.
Texan Todd Staples made a claim about his agency funding cameras watching the Texas-Mexico border.
Most of the program's funding originated with Uncle Sam.
A foe said Dewhurst is the first lieutenant governor of Texas to have a security detail. That appears so.
The Republican candidates for lieutenant governor faced questions on border security, abortion, education and other key topics in Monday night’s debate hosted by KERA-TV, Channel 13 in Dallas. Read on for the facts on claims they’ve made before -- and tell us what piqued your interest.
We’ve identified two Texas leaders--Cornyn and Davis. But we're not forecasting election results.
Leticia Van de Putte hasn’t run statewide before. But she has a PolitiFact report card.
The Texas race for lieutenant governor won’t top the 2014 ballot. But might it prove No. 1 with curious claims to check?
Rick Perry's promised "exciting" plan? He's not seeking another term as governor at the least. See updates at statesman.com.
For our part, we are posting the Truth-O-Meter report card for the longest-serving governor in Texas history--and True-to-Pants on Fire report cards for various officeholders surely hankering to move up once Perry moves on.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry told reporters Monday that Texas will seek a federal disaster declaration for the wildfires ravaging parts of the state.
Earlier this year, we fact-checked contrasting claims about the state’s request for such a declaration in the wake of other fires.
Not everyone's pants were on fire this year — some worthy statements sent the Truth-O-Meter needle pointing to True.
Statements by U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, Gov. Rick Perry and Democratic gubernatorial nominee Bill White were among our most-read fact-checks that found the speaker correct.