In Monday's announcement speech, Wisconsin's Republican governor touched on several claims that we've reviewed before.
Our speech preview: More Walker factchecks
With the Republican Wisconsin governor poised to announce for president, we analyze his campaign through the lens of his record on the Truth-O-Meter and the Flip-O-Meter.
We examine a statement, often made by Gov. Scott Walker on the campaign trail, that the founders were "ordinary people."
Also: Our 'High Five' of most-clicked items from June.
Claims surrounding Gov. Scott Walker, a top GOP presidential contender, once again dominated the High Five for June.
Here's how statements about the proposed state budget have fared on our Truth-O-Meter.
Also: Walker's 'cheaper to keep them' arena slogan
The governor says losing the Milwaukee Bucks would be more expensive to taxpayers than helping to build the team a new arena. What is behind the numbers?
Also: Factchecking the state budget.
They're relatively rare. But the statements we rate True are an interesting lot. Here are 10 of them.
False, False, False, Pants on Fire.
May 2015 was kind of a rough month for some folks on PolitiFact Wisconsin's Truth-O-Meter.
Wisconsin state Sen. Lena Taylor, D-Milwaukee, drew outrage from Republican colleagues with her remarks during a hearing on school funding.
Plus: The final tally on Scott Walker's 250,000 jobs promise
Final numbers for 2014 show Scott Walker fell short on his promise of 250,000 new private-sector jobs in his first term.
If the 2016 U.S. Senate rematch mimics the 2010 race, it will be a no-holds-barred affair.
Plus: An accounting of Scott Walker's travels
Gov. Scott Walker’s travels as a 2016 contender for the White House raise a legitimate question: How much time is he in Wisconsin?
Plus: Ron Johnson vs. Russ Feingold, The Rematch
A look at some recent fact checks.
The calendar change to May means state budget decisions will dominate the political headlines in the weeks ahead. A look back at factchecks on key topics.
Favorites from the month come from Gov. Scott Walker on the national campaign trail.