The fact-checker's farewell to Scott Walker's presidential campaign

While campaigning in Las Vegas on Sept. 14, 2015, Gov. Scott Walker unveiled a proposal for reforming labor laws at the national level. (AP photo)
While campaigning in Las Vegas on Sept. 14, 2015, Gov. Scott Walker unveiled a proposal for reforming labor laws at the national level. (AP photo)

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will abandon his presidential campaign, Fox News and others are reporting.

That is a quick fall for a candidate once seen as a favorite in Iowa, among other places. Walker was one of the more fact-checked GOP candidates of 2016, thanks to PolitiFact's partnership in Wisconsin with the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

Overall, PolitiFact has analyzed 158 different comments or claims made by Walker. You can see the entire collection here, or view PolitiFact Wisconsin's Top 5 fact-checks

For a snapshot, here's a breakdown of Walker's claims by rating:

PolitiFact Wisconsin also tracked the promises Walker made in his campaigns for governor. That scorecard, the Walk-O-Meter, is available here.