With the election for a critical open U.S. Senate seat just over a week away, Republican Tommy Thompson and Democrat Tammy Baldwin squared off Oct. 26, 2012 in their final debate.
Here's our roundup of repeat claims and how they fared on the Truth-O-Meter.
The second U.S. Senate debate between Republican Tommy Thompson and Democrat Tammy Baldwin covered a lot of familiar ground on taxes, Medicare, health care, Iran and budget deficits as the race entered its final weeks. Here's a look at how the candidates fared on the Truth-O-Meter.
Vice President Joe Biden and Republican challenger Paul Ryan relied on a mix of accurate and exaggerated claims while politely exchanging 90 minutes of attacks and counterattacks in the vice presidential debate.
Here’s a look at how we have rated some of the claims that were repeated.
Will a single quip turn the Danville debate in favor of Vice President Joe Biden or challenger Paul Ryan? If facts win the night, what is the best ammunition for the two men?
Maybe one of these 12 PolitiFact-tested claims from our Truth-O-Meter files will play a role.
Less than a week after Vice President Joe Biden created political buzz with a remark about how the middle class had been "buried the last four years," Republican presidential candidate Paul Ryan made some buzz of his own.
We take a look at the context of the Ryan interview with a Michigan TV station.
On Oct. 2, 2012, Vice President Joe Biden said something at a campaign speech in North Carolina that ended up as fodder for "The Tonight Show" later that evening.
We take a look at the context of the vice president's comment that the middle class has been "buried" for the past four years.
With our occasional "In context" feature, we look at the context of a quote that is getting attention in the political world. In this case, we look at a snippet from a 2011 speech by Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Tammy Baldwin.
Her "You're damn right" has already been used to amplify points in two attack ads.