with Lt. gov. John Fetterman and Dr. Mehmet Oz, the Pennsylvania US Senate race features two major but very different personalities in a contest marred by national ramifications and swirling questions about Fetterman’s health.
As Oz secured a final advantage of 951 votes to become the GOP’s nominee, Fetterman ran his first two ads amid mounting questions about the Democrat’s health in what is guaranteed to be a long, grueling and expensive race that will draw national attention.
“You can’t really go back and say, ‘Oh, it is because it isn’t. There is no easy point of comparison,” said Chris Borick, political science professor and director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion.