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FactCheck.org is celebrating 15 years of holding politicians accountable.

Our Sixth Straight Webby Award

The 2019 Webby Award for News & Politics website goes to … FactCheck.org. This is the sixth consecutive year — and 10th overall — that we have won the award voted on by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.

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Voting for the 23rd annual Webby Awards is already underway, and we need your help to win another trophy.

We’re a Webby Winner

The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences has awarded FactCheck.org the 2018 Webby in the “News & Politics” category for websites.

Webbys Honor FactCheck.org

We’re happy to announce that FactCheck.org is both the 2017 Webby Award and People’s Voice winner for best political blog or website.

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It’s not too late to help us win another Webby Award for best political website.

Webby Win Streak Continues

Hooray for us! FactCheck.org again has been awarded the Webby for best Political Blog/Website. The announcement was made April 26 by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.

We Need Help to Win a Webby

This year, the Webby Awards are celebrating 20 years of honoring excellence on the Internet, and FactCheck.org is again one of the nominees. Cast a vote for us to help us win the People’s Voice Webby for best Political Blog/Website.

Help Us Win a Webby

It’s Webby time again, and FactCheck.org is up for best Political Blog/Website. You can help us win another trophy this year by voting for us.

Our Double Webby Win

We are delighted to say that FactCheck.org was named best Politics website for the 18th Annual Webby Awards, winning the judge’s award and the People’s Voice competition.