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John Cornyn and Greg Abbott were among the Republicans who won every race for statewide office again -- the kind of sweep that Texas voters have touched off every year since 1996.
We've got work ahead. Not all the winners have extensive Truth-O-Meter report cards.
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We figure we've done around 200 fact checks of Texas candidates and political figures leading into November’s balloting.
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Election Day looms. So it's timely to recap some instances of the Texas gubernatorial candidates getting things right -- or wrong.
But you can see every fact check we've ever done of Republican Greg Abbott here.
See every check we've done of Democrat Wendy Davis here.
A Texas prisoner absolutely didn’t request a child for his last meal.
David Dewhurst said prayer rugs were found in the Texas brush near Mexico.
That's not factually confirmed, we concluded, and ridiculous.
A fact check led to an interview with the wife of an Austin man awaiting sentencing on terrorism-related charges. In a news story, she says her husband was pressured into an overseas plan by federal operatives.
We didn’t rate the wheelchair ad.
But the Truth-O-Meter has chewed over two Wendy Davis’ claims in the spot.
It’s not often, we figure, that a Texas state agency openly clashes with a congressman.
But it happened this week when California Rep. Duncan Hunter said the Border Patrol had caught Islamic State terrorists crossing into the U.S. from Mexico.