Sean Gorman is a PolitiFact reporter with the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
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Recent stories from Sean GormanPolitiFact Virginia's Top 10 claims from the gubernatorial race
Here's a review of some of the most interesting claims Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli made during the gubernatorial campaign.Voters go to the polls in New Jersey, Virginia
PolitiFact New Jersey and PolitiFact Virginia have been fact-checking the campaigns for governor. We recap some highlights of the races.Cuccinelli and McAuliffe fared poorly on the Truth-O-Meter
Of the 14 Cuccinelli claims PolitiFact Virginia fact checked over the last year, 10 were rated Mostly False or worse. Of the 13 McAuliffe statements we checked, 11 were Mostly False or worse.A quick look at the final Cuccinelli-McAuliffe debate
The gubernatorial candidates threw a few familiar punches. Here's a review of some of their claims:Greatest hits of the Virginia governor's race (so far)
PolitiFact Virginia has fact-checked claims about government shutdowns, Social Security, abortion, guns and more. We review the most compelling fact-checks of the campaign to date.Virginia's disclosure laws are unrevealing
As the scandal involving gifts and loans to Gov. Bob McDonnell and his family swirls, here's a look at how Virginia's political disclosure laws compare to other states:
PolitiFact Charts:It's hard to pin down Hollywood's benefit to Virginia
The governor estimates that a pilot TV drama set at the Norfolk Naval Station could generate $50 million for Hampton Roads should the show go into serial production. We can't verify that number.Wacky spending, even under the sequester?
We look at claims that the government still funds goofy projects like fantasy football and research on duck penises. But not all of these claims are accurate.On Cantor and World of Warcraft: Readers weigh in
Many readers agreed with our Pants on Fire rating to Majority Leader Eric Cantor's claim that the U.S. "spent $1.2 million paying seniors to play World of Warcraft to study the impact it had on their brain."
But some felt we were too tough on him, saying Cantor simply cited the wrong fantasy game and that the $1.2 million federal grant was still funding research involving seniors playing a video game.Cantor earns Pants on Fire for World of Warcraft
PolitiFact Virginia plunges into Azeroth and finds the Republican leader's claim is just sorcery.
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