The McCain campaign is attempting to link Barack Obama to the mortgage crisis by claiming that he received advice on housing and mortgages from the former head of Fannie Mae, Franklin Raines. The evidence for the Obama-Raines link is pretty flimsy.
Both John McCain and Barack Obama have made misleading statements on immigration reform in an attempt to win support from Hispanic-Americans.
Barack Obama claims that his economic stimulus plan "formed the basis" one the package eventually adopted by Congress and the White House. He is greatly exaggerating his role.
The McCain campaign has repeatedly accused Barack Obama of planning to raise taxes on middle-income families. The claim is based on flimsy evidence.
Four Pinocchios for Sarah Palin who has repeatedly overstated Alaska's share of total U.S. energy production, despite challenges from fact checkers.
An Obama campaign ad claims that top McCain advisers "lobby" for special interests. The Democratic presidential candidate is grammatically challenged.