In Pennsylvania, a sensational Senate election led to the victory of Democrat John Fetterman. Fetterman is a striking figure: a tattooed six-foot-tall hamlet often appears wearing a hoodie and shorts. He did well in the polls at first, until a few months ago he had a stroke that affected his ability to speak.
His Republican rival is Mehmet Oz, a former heart surgeon who is best known as the TV host of “Doctor Oz”. He’s just too happy to draw attention to Fetterman’s health issues. Fetterman counterattacks fiercely in the campaign, calling Oz a charlatan and accusing him of killing the pups. It was hard against Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania traditionally swing condition Or a battle-state: Voter preferences vary, sometimes the Republican nominee wins, sometimes the Democrat wins. During the two previous presidential elections, the difference between the two candidates here was barely 1 percent: in 2016 Trump won, in 2020 Biden. Fetterman has now managed to steal a Senate seat from the Pennsylvania Republicans.
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