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(CNN) — Pennsylvania Democratic Senate Candidate John Fetterman returned to the campaign trailFriday night was packed in Erie after a stroke three months ago that left him less visible but didn’t seem to slow down his momentum.
“Three months ago, my life could have ended but I’m so grateful to be here tonight as well,”Fetterman thanked the crowd, and Gisele, his wife, for their support.
“Gisele saved my life,”He concluded.
According to a press spokesperson, Fetterman did not prepare remarks for the rally. His return to campaign was a significant milestone for Fetterman, who had previously only addressed a fundraiser and other informal gatherings while recovering after the stroke, which occurred just days before commonwealth’s Democratic primary.
Fetterman, Pennsylvania’s lieutenant Governor, didn’t spend much time describing his vision for Pennsylvania or his policy goals during his roughly 11-minute speech. He only told his supporters that they wouldn’t have to guess his position regarding key issues like raising federal minimum wage, protecting access reproductive care, and supporting unions, and he did not spend too much time defending Republican Senate nominee, Sen. John McCain. He did make a few jokes about the Republican Senate nominee. Mehmet Oz, saying, “There are a lot of differences between me and Dr. Oz. Who would have ever thought I’d be the normal one?”
“He doesn’t live here. He’s not about us. He doesn’t care about us,”He added that he was later convinced.
Fetterman’s voice sometimes seemed to trail at the end a thought at times. He spoke out Thursday night to CNN affiliate KDKA about his lingering issues, including auditory processing difficulties. “I’ll miss a word sometimes, or I might push two words together sometimes in a conversation, but that’s really the only issue and it’s getting better and better every day,”He said.
Fetterman handily won the primaryHe has spent the following months on his recovery, as he looks towards the general election against Oz.
The Pennsylvania Senate race to succeed the retiring GOP Sen. Pat Toomey Represents Democrats best chance to pick up a seatIn the evenly divided Senate during what is likely to be a difficult midterm election President Joe Biden’s party.
Erie is strategically located for the Democratic candidate. Erie County voted in Barack Obama’s 2008 and 2012 elections, then switched to Donald Trump for 2016 elections. Then, Erie County returned to Democrats in 2020 after narrowly supporting Biden. Democratic governor. Democratic Gov.
“If you can’t win Erie County, you can’t win Pennsylvania,”Friday’s speech was greeted with loud applause by Fetterman
A long line of supporters gathered outside Bayfront Convention Center eager to hear the Democrat’s speech.
Bonnie Casane, an Erie resident who described herself as “a” “staunch supporter of Fetterman,”CNN reported that she was an Independent, but she re-registered as a Democrat so she could vote for Fetterman during the May primary election. “Fetterman was the party to switch to, so I switched to the Democratic Party.”
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“He’s for Pennsylvania, he’s not a politician. He doesn’t have an agenda, and I think that his agenda is to better Pennsylvania,”Casane added that legalizing marijuana was part of Fetterman’s platformIt is one of her top priorities.
Mike Dropcho is a retired xray technician who was formerly a member of the union and said that he likes Fetterman. “down to earth.”
“He’s not some celebrity that’s just in it for who knows what,” Dropcho said. “He appears to me to be somebody that’s for the people. He’s one of us.”
Dropcho answered questions about Fetterman’s health, and Friday’s return to the campaign trail. He said that he was confident Fetterman will make a comeback.
“After working in the medical field for so long and seeing the reports, I knew he was going to pull out okay,”He said.
Fetterman is still on the campaign trail, but Fetterman is still there. outraised Oz in the second quarter — brought in almost $11 million for the three-months ended June 30, compared with $5.5 million, including $3.2million in personal loans for his opponent. Fetterman also used a slew of television ads. digital strategiesWe will attempt to define the celebrity physician as an out-of state figure who moved to Pennsylvania to run for Senate.
Recently, the campaign paid to have a billboard placed on the New Jersey side the Betsy Ross Bridge. “Now leaving New Jersey for Pennsylvania … just like Dr. Oz,” the billboard reads.
The Republican Party was shaken by Oz’s response, or lack thereof.
A Fox pollIn late July, the poll showed that Fetterman led Oz by 11 points (47% to 36%). The poll found that Oz supporters were less enthusiastic than Fetterman supporters, with 68% saying they did so enthusiastically compared to 35% for Oz’s supporters.
The Oz campaign has targeted Fetterman for his recent departure from public campaigning.
In a video posted in JulyOz notes that “Fetterman is back on the campaign trail”He laced up his shoes and set off on a run.
“I’ve been praying for him. I am glad he is OK. … Now that he is back, John Fetterman can’t keep hiding from voters forever,”Oz says this as he jogs. “I am glad Fetterman is healthy so we can worry less about his heart and his hoodie and more about the crazy leftist ideas in his head.”
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