The latest Truth-O-Meter items from Meghan Ashford-Grooms
Recent stories from Meghan Ashford-Grooms
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. has been central to two fact checks.
The Austin American-Statesman's Texas-centric venture in fact-checking political figures just turned three.
Ron Paul's flawed claim about a poll and the gold standard landed him in our top 10 reader favorite fact-checks of 2012 for a second time.
What twice we rated False in Texas remained so when Barack Obama said it (again) in New York.
A Travis County runoff features competing the-other-guy-was-a-crook claims.
Dewhurst, comparing Border Patrol agents and New York cops, reminds us of a previous time he did so -- which one observer likened to comparing apples and carburetors.
An Austin political action committee says Adan Ballesteros, seeking re-election as a constable, accepted "cocaine blood money." We decided this claim cannot be rated.
Rick Perry echoes a Dewhurst claim about Obama's golf outings.
The top two vote-getters in the Republican U.S. Senate primary — David Dewhurst and Ted Cruz — are headed to a July 31 runoff. And theirs is not the only unsettled contest. That means about 60 additional days for the Truth-O-Meter to weigh candidate claims.
We poked into more than 30 claims by, or about, candidates on the Texas party primary ballots, extending from remarks by U.S. Senate candidates through those by hopefuls for Travis County and Williamson County posts. Reminders dead ahead.