The RNC mischaracterizes the Democratic stance on immigration legislation in a radio ad running in Arizona and Nevada and aimed at Hispanics. The Spanish-language ad says (as translated) that Democrats “voted to treat millions of hardworking immigrants as felons.”
The NRCC says a Democratic candidate in Ohio was investigated by the FBI. He wasn’t. But there was a state criminal probe.
A special House election features distortions on both sides.
Controversial $1.3 million ad campaign attacks four Republicans for stance on price-gouging legislation.
The people who brought you Smokey Bear urge citizen action to forestall climate change.
A GOP radio ad falsely characterizes Sen. Feingold’s censure resolution as reprimanding the President for pursuing al Qaeda.
A Liberal group accuses evangelist James Dobson of being ‘knee deep’ in the Jack Abramoff scandal, but there’s no evidence of a connection.
Oberweis uses made-up headlines against a rival in the GOP primary.
A somewhat misleading pro-DeLay ad is funded by $200,000 from a donor who also bankrolled the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth.
The President burnishes the State of the Union through selective facts and strategic omissions.