Pennsylvania Senate race rocked by late twists, from John Fetterman's stroke to Kathy Barnette's meteoric rise

Posted on AllSides May 16th, 2022
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Voters head to the polls Tuesday to choose their party nominees in a high-profile Pennsylvania Senate race that has had some shocking last-minute twists, from the stroke suffered by Democratic front-runner John Fetterman to the late surge by far-right Republican Kathy Barnette.

Fetterman, 52, announced Sunday that he was resting after a stroke and is “well on my way to a full recovery.” He added: “Our campaign isn’t slowing down one bit, and we are still on track to win this primary on Tuesday, and flip this Senate seat in November.”

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