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Tax Plan Claims, Gas Price Boosts And Other Misleading Claims From The 2012 Campaign

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Soon the election will be over, and so will all of the obsessive fact checking.

Throughout the election both candidates have made gaffes and misstated facts and figures when talking about a variety of issues. In some cases, the statements have been retracted or edited, but both Obama and Romney have stood by false statements to this day. With the debates in the past, hopefully there will be making egregious errors -- but we're not holding our breath.

Take a look at some of the worst economic inaccuracies from this election season:

Most Misleading Things Said This Campaign Season
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