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Panelists at the event will be (from left) PolitiFact Wisconsin editor Greg Borowski, PolitiFact national editor Angie Holan and PolitiFact Wisconsin reporter Tom Kertscher Panelists at the event will be (from left) PolitiFact Wisconsin editor Greg Borowski, PolitiFact national editor Angie Holan and PolitiFact Wisconsin reporter Tom Kertscher

Panelists at the event will be (from left) PolitiFact Wisconsin editor Greg Borowski, PolitiFact national editor Angie Holan and PolitiFact Wisconsin reporter Tom Kertscher

By Greg Borowski October 9, 2018

Interested in the U.S. Senate race? How about the battle for governor? Or what it's like to do fact-checks on Donald Trump and other national figures?

PolitiFact Wisconsin is hosting a panel discussion about fact-checking and the 2018 election at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 23 at Anodyne coffee, 224 W Bruce St., in Milwaukee.

Participating in the panel will be Angie Holan, editor of the national PolitiFact operation; Greg Borowski, editor of PolitiFact Wisconsin; and Tom Kertscher, PolitiFact Wisconsin reporter.

The event is free. Pre-registration isn't required, but it's requested. Register at jsonline.com/politifactevent.

If you can't attend the event, watch it live on Facebook Live. Go to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Facebook page.

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