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In the Senate, the fight between Fetterman and Oz is fierce

WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — The race for an open Pennsylvania Senate seat is tight.

“I’m running to serve Pennsylvania, Oz is running to use Pennsylvania,” said Democratic candidate John Fetterman.

“I will bring change to Washington so that they treat us the way we deserve,” said Republican candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz. “Are you happy that America is leaving?” Oz added.

Oz was joined at a rally over the weekend by former President Donald Trump, who told supporters, “Fetterman is the single most dangerous Democrat seeking to join Congress this year, and Dr. Oz is the only one who can stop him.”

Early polling shows a battle between the two candidates. Todd Belt, director of political management at George Washington University, says this contest is especially important for Republicans.

“They also have to hold on to all the seats they have, which means if they lose a seat in Pennsylvania, they’ll have to pick up two,” Belt said.

Fetterman and former President Barack Obama are hoping Pennsylvanians will vote Democratic.

“Pennsylvania is not for sale,” Fetterman said.

“Sense and basic decency in voting,” Obama said.

NewsNation political editor Chris Stirewalt says the outcome of the race will depend heavily on voters who remain undecided.

“How much will ticket sharing actually be? So are we saying it’s going to be 6%, 7%? These are really big numbers in an era of extreme partisan polarization,” Stirewalt said.


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