In a statement when addressing a labor union, Al Gore said that his mother would sing him the labor union song when he was young. The problem was that that song was written when he was 27 years old!
On CNN's Late Edition, Al Gore made that comment: "During my service in the United States congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet." The Internet, originally the ARPANET, was actually initiated in 1969, when Al Gore was 21 and 8 years away from joining Congress.
On NBC's Meet the Press, Lisa Myers asked "Can you say that none of the Democrats you've campaigned for are liars?" Gore responded "Yes." Lisa asked again "Not a single one?" Al Gore again replied "Well, yes." The Truth? Al Gore campaigned for Bill Clinton in 1992 and 1996.
In the San Jose Mercury News, Gore said that there was never any tobacco grown on his farm, however, about a year before, he said that after Nancy died, they stopped growing tobacco on their farm.
In the American Prospect, Gore said "I introduced the very first free TV legislation...". Actually, there were 163 Bills for free or reduced cost TV introduced in Congress since 1960.
In an ad for Al Gore in 1988 it said that he was "A brilliant student, Gore won a scholarship at Harvard where he graduated with honors." All throughout highschool, he got Bs and Cs, and in college, his Sophomore year, he received a D, a C-, 2 Cs, 2 C+s, and a B-, placing him in the lower fifth of his class. Grades like that won't land you with honors, no matter how you turn them around, which he didn't.
And the best of all, "There has never been a time in this campaign when I have said something that I know to be untrue. There’s never been a time when I’ve said something untrue." Gore said that in the New Hampshire Democratic Debate. See the above list.