Now Fetterman shuts down Oz in Pennsylvania Senate performance

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman has defeated Republican candidate Mehmet Oz

flipping the seat currently held by retiring GOP Sen. Pat Toomey into Democratic hands.

Democratic office bearers are facing a tough race on other battlefields,

winning Pennsylvania bolsters the party’s hopes to hold on to their no-room-for-error 50-50 majority for another two years.

The projected decision dealt another blow to Trump, who backed Oz in a tough GOP primary election and campaigned for him in general.


With 90% of the vote counted, Fetterman led Oz 49.4% to 48.1%, a margin of about 66,000 votes, according to NBC

Fetterman will succeed retiring GOP Sen. Pat Tomei, moving a Republican-held Senate seat into Democratic hands.

“It is officially. I will be the next US Senator from Pennsylvania,” Fetterman tweeted early Wednesday morning.

"We bet on the people of Pennsylvania - and you didn't let us down," Fetterman's tweet said.

Oz, a celebrity doctor who had invested millions of dollars of his own money in his first campaign for elected office

trailed Fetterman in the polls throughout the race

even after a stroke took the Democratic nominee off the trail for three months.

Oz had struggled to shake off accusations of being an out-of-touch carpetbagger with little connection to the Keystone State.

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