“Before the 2020 elections, I said that if I could know one Unmarried fact about the results, I could tell you who was going to win Pennsylvania. Whoever wins Erie County win Pennsylvania,” Fetterman said. in rally announcement. “Erie County is the most important county in Pennsylvania. I visited Erie dozens and dozens of times in in the past and it is a great honor and pride for me to return to campaign path here.”
Donald Trump won Erie County in 2016 and Joe Biden captured it in 2020.
Vetterman met with the famous Dr. Mehmet Oz in November elections. Oz stayed active on in campaign trail with dominance in Republican primaries, although he faced criticism for reportedly making trips to Ireland and Palm Beach, Florida.
Despite his absence from campaign Trace, a recent poll showed that Fetterman with advantage. Vetterman scored 11 points. lead over Oz, 47 percent up to 36 percent, in Fox News poll released July 28. Three percent supported independent candidate Everett Stern and 13 percent supported someone else or undecided.
Late in the interview last month with Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – his first media post-stroke interview — Fetterman said he feels ready to get back on the trail.
“I can skip a word from time to time in conversation, or I might slur two words. Even then, I think it’s infrequent,” Fetterman said. “So I feel like we are ready runand those are the only issues I have. This is absolute truth100 percent”.
Fetterman campaign office announced on May 15th, two days before the primaries, that he suffered a stroke.”caused clot from my heart in A-fibril rhythm for For too long.” The doctors worked to “quickly and completely remove the clot, reverse the stroke, they also took control of my heart,” Fetterman said. in statement published by him campaign. Doctors connected a pacemaker with defibrillator.
He told the Post-Gazette he has “no physical limitations” and walks four to five miles every day. in 90 degrees heat understands the words correctly and didn’t lose any of his memory. He said he’s working with speech therapist and sometimes struggles with hearing.
race to take the seat held by outgoing Senator Patrick J. Toomey (R) is considered one of most competitive in country and will help determine majority control of Senate.
National Republican Senatorial Committee, Republican Party campaign hand, mocked Fetterman with check of his days off footprint and image of his with the words “Have you seen this person?”
He sent out another release hours before Fetterman campaign announcement saying “Another Friday without Fetterman”.