Biggest falsehoods of the presidential campaign
Mitt Romney stumps in Roanoke, Virginia, Nov. 1, 2012 (Associated Press photo, Charles Dharapak). Mitt Romney stumps in Roanoke, Virginia, Nov. 1, 2012 (Associated Press photo, Charles Dharapak).

Mitt Romney stumps in Roanoke, Virginia, Nov. 1, 2012 (Associated Press photo, Charles Dharapak).

Bill Adair
By Bill Adair November 1, 2012

The 2012 presidential campaign has given the Truth-O-Meter a solid workout.
   
PolitiFact in Washington has published more than 800 fact-checks on the presidential race, touching on everything from Chinese windmills to Big Bird and taking into account more than 20 debates, the party conventions and dozens of TV ads.
   
With the campaign winding down, they’ve selected the biggest falsehoods from the candidates, the parties and super PACs. Read the write-up here.

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