The fact-checker's farewell to Scott Walker's presidential campaign
While campaigning in Las Vegas on Sept. 14, 2015, Gov. Scott Walker unveiled a proposal for reforming labor laws at the national level. (AP photo) While campaigning in Las Vegas on Sept. 14, 2015, Gov. Scott Walker unveiled a proposal for reforming labor laws at the national level. (AP photo)

While campaigning in Las Vegas on Sept. 14, 2015, Gov. Scott Walker unveiled a proposal for reforming labor laws at the national level. (AP photo)

Aaron Sharockman
By Aaron Sharockman September 21, 2015

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will abandon his presidential campaign, Fox News and others are reporting.

That is a quick fall for a candidate once seen as a favorite in Iowa, among other places. Walker was one of the more fact-checked GOP candidates of 2016, thanks to PolitiFact's partnership in Wisconsin with the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

Overall, PolitiFact has analyzed 158 different comments or claims made by Walker. You can see the entire collection here, or view PolitiFact Wisconsin's Top 5 fact-checks

For a snapshot, here's a breakdown of Walker's claims by rating:

PolitiFact Wisconsin also tracked the promises Walker made in his campaigns for governor. That scorecard, the Walk-O-Meter, is available here.

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