Nadia Pflaum is a reporter with PolitiFact Ohio.
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His June 21, 2017, rally speech in Cedar Rapids ranged from health care to jobs to immigration to the Paris climate agreement.
They’ve weathered months of campaigning and a fusillade of attack ads. Now, the candidates for U.S. Senate in Ohio will square off face-to-face in their first debate Friday. Here’s a guide to some of Ted Strickland’s and Rob Portman's favorite talking points.
We expect Hillary Clinton to emphasize how she would tackle the nation's problems, but along the way, we see her serving up a mix of claims to bolster the case for her agenda, and tear down her Republican rival Donald Trump. Follow along and see how well we do.
Fact-checking the fourth night of the Republican National Convention.
Covering the third night of the Republican National Convention.
Republicans branded the second night of their national convention with an economic theme of "Make America Work Again," but most of the night’s speakers used their platform to accuse Hillary Clinton of being dishonest about Benghazi, her emails and even her own name.
The Republican National Convention kicked off Monday in Cleveland with speakers focused on the theme "Make America Safe Again."
Yes, there will be Pokémons at the Republican National Convention — security concerns and all.
We review some of our fact-checks from the campaign trail, including rhetoric from Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Ted Cruz. Half True was the best rating.
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