A new tool to assess the ‘truthiness’ of Presidential candidates

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    Nancy Watzman

    Nancy Watzman

    FactCheck.org’s director Eugene Kiely and Nancy Watzman, Managing Editor of the Television Archive at the Internet Archive spoke with NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller about The Political TV Ad Archive.

    The 2016 Presidential primary season is at hand, as evidenced by the flood of TV campaign ads now appearing in Iowa and New Hampshire. A new effort is being launched that intends to help the discerning voter separate fact from lesser facts, or outright lies. It’s a website that will archive Presidential political TV ads, along with fact-checking assessments of them.

    FactCheck.org’s director Eugene Kiely and Nancy Watzman, Managing Editor of the Television Archive at the Internet Archive spoke with NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller about The Political TV Ad Archive.

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