Here's what PolitiFact Texas learned while researching fact-checks in the weeks preceding the March 2018 Texas party primaries.
Republican Greg Abbott has been telling supporters to watch out for Democrat-loving George Soros.
We have backup on Dan Patrick's latest talking points.
Dan Patrick set us aflame.
Texas Democrats pointed out a national story suggesting the state's economy lost lots of oomph from 2013 to 2016.
We rounded up news accounts of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick touting a recent fact check.
Dan Patrick's claim about mass shootings led to our No. 5 most-clicked fact check from 2016.
Texan Dan Patrick continues to call for ABC News to release full video of this month's White House town hall where Patrick and President Obama went back and forth.
We've newly annotated what fit into the 60-minute broadcast--and what got cut.
Did Dan Patrick quote a Biblical verse as the Orlando tragedy came to light? Yes.
Did Patrick say a man "reaps what you sow" to blame the victims at the gay night club? Not so, a reporter concludes.
Our check of a tweet about Bernie Sanders and the Nazi party was our most-read online post in October.
Looks into claims by Democratic operative Jeremy Bird and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick also fared well.
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said in a nationally broadcast interview that Planned Parenthood does little more than profit from killing babies.
We ended up smellling smoke on that claim.
SEE DAN PATRICK'S TRUTH-O-METER REPORT CARD.
Texans say the darndest things--such as many college students don’t pay any college tuition.
That was one of a few ear-catching claims we heard from participants in the 2015 Texas Tribune Festival. Maybe you’ll spot something we should check.
In a radio inteview, Dan Patrick put specific numbers behind his point that most Americans are law-abiding.
A reader wondered about Patrick's claim. Our verdict: Pants on Fire!
See the full fact check here.
See Dan Patrick's PolitiFact report card here.
Ever get behind on mail? We sure did.
Open the mailbag, Arthur.
Triumphant candidates on Tuesday night heralded Texas’ growing power -- similarly invoking the incomplete claim that 1,000 people move here daily.
John Cornyn and Greg Abbott were among the Republicans who won every race for statewide office again -- the kind of sweep that Texas voters have touched off every year since 1996.
We've got work ahead. Not all the winners have extensive Truth-O-Meter report cards.
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We figure we've done around 200 fact checks of Texas candidates and political figures leading into November’s balloting.
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