Fetterman wins Democratic nomination in Pennsylvania Senate race -Breaking
WASHINGTON (Reuters] – Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman was a progressive, who admitted to having suffered a stroke. He defeated Conor Lamb of the centrist party in their U.S. Senate primary. Edison Research forecast this Tuesday.
Fetterman is now facing a Republican candidate at the Nov.8 general election in order to replace retiring Republican Senator Pat Toomey. It is crucial that Democrats retain the Senate’s slim majority. As a way to determine which party wing will control the next general election, the Democratic primaries were seen.
Fetterman claimed that although he’d suffered a stroke in the last week, he was now on “his way to complete recovery.” According to Fetterman’s campaign, he had his pacemaker fitted on Tuesday in order to correct the irregular heart beats that led him into a stroke.