Our look at a Texas Democrat’s claim about Republicans and Barack Obama led a reader to point out a poll we’d overlooked.
The top two vote-getters in the Republican U.S. Senate primary — David Dewhurst and Ted Cruz — are headed to a July 31 runoff. And theirs is not the only unsettled contest. That means about 60 additional days for the Truth-O-Meter to weigh candidate claims.
The Associated Press forecasts a Republican runoff in Texas for that party's U.S. Senate nomination. That means about 60 additional days for the Truth-O-Meter to weigh candidate claims. Runoffs occur July 31.
We poked into more than 30 claims by, or about, candidates on the Texas party primary ballots, extending from remarks by U.S. Senate candidates through those by hopefuls for Travis County and Williamson County posts.
Reminders dead ahead.
We've posted our review of a fresh claim that a Republican legislator gave in-state tuition to illegal immigrants.
Our look at this claim -- which caught fire -- reminded us we'd previously explored misconceptions about the Texas tuition law.
With a gooshy cupcake, PolitiFact Texas and Austin’s KUT, 90.5 FM, marked the anniversary of weekly radio segments exploring Texas Truth-O-Meter items.
Republicans seeking a Texas U.S. Senate seat have questioned Obama's leadership -- with Craig James recently saying the president seeks to ban U.S. firearms. That claim is smoky.
Texan Ron Paul is cutting off spending on his presidential campaign. The Truth-O-Meter carries on.
Lee Leffingwell and three fellow Austin City Council members won re-election Saturday. We earlier checked some of what was said leading up to the vote.
Wondering if candidates for the Austin City Council are accurate about local affordability or taxes or their opponent's fealty to Rick Perry?
We've checked several Austin-centric claims in advance of Saturday's city elections.
Our check of a claim about testing dates in Austin’s schools drew some emails. Let’s open the mailbag.
As the dispute over whether the state can exclude Planned Parenthood health centers from the Women’s Health Program plays out in court, we look back at two fact-checks of statements about Planned Parenthood’s involvement in the program.