Greg Borowski

PolitiFact Wisconsin editor

Greg Borowski is deputy managing editor for projects, investigations and digital innovation at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and editor of the newspaper's PolitiFact Wisconsin site. Before becoming an editor, Borowski spent more than 15 years covering government and politics in Michigan and Wisconsin. He joined the Journal Sentinel staff in 1998. Borowski is a Milwaukee native and a graduate of Marquette University.


The latest Truth-O-Meter items from Greg Borowski


More criticism, but endorsement remains


Job losses estimated, but no evidence of shipping

Mostly True

A few others with some background

Recent stories from Greg Borowski

Donald Trump dice que Hillary Clinton “entregó” quinta parte del uranio de EEUU a Rusia

En un acto de campaña en Waukesha, Wisconsin, Donald Trump realizó una serie de ataques contra Hillary Clinton como Secretaria de Estado, incluyendo uno que involucra a Rusia.

Round II: Ron Johnson vs. Russ Feingold

Ron Johnson, the Republican incumbent, and his Democratic challenger, Russ Feingold, made a number of claims about each other in their final debate that we’ve rated previously. Here’s a look at four of those statements.

The allegations about Donald Trump and Miss Teen USA contestants

Whether he walked in on naked teens hasn't been established.

Fact checking the first Ron Johnson-Russ Feingold U.S. Senate debate

Each candidate makes claims we've previously examined.

Senate debate primer: Ron Johnson vs Russ Feingold

Claims the candidates have made against each other have marked the U.S. Senate rematch.  

High Five: New interest in old fact checks

Social love pushes new page-views on older fact checks, including some about Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Debate preview: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Wisconsin

If you hear any of these Wisconsin-related statements tonight, you'll know whether they're True, Pants on Fire or somewhere in between.

High 5: The Hillz and The Donald were the clickiest

Fitting, it would seem, that in July 2016, when the two major parties nominated their candidates for president, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump topped our most-clicked list.

What Ruth Bader Ginsburg said about Donald Trump

In Context: House Speaker Paul Ryan said remarks made by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg about Donald Trump show she is biased. Here's a look at the remarks, which led Trump to say "her mind is shot."

Donald Trump's racial comments about Hispanic judge in Trump University case

In Context: What exactly the presumptive GOP presidential nominee said about Gonzalo Curiel being Mexican that has drawn so much condemnation from both the left and right.