John Fetterman dominated the Pa. Democratic Senate primary. Here’s how he won.
John Fetterman didn’t just win in Pennsylvania, he trounced his Democratic Senate primary rivals. The lieutenant governor won every single county in the state and had a 30-point lead over U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb with almost 94% of the expected total votes counted Wednesday.
He did it even with a late and shocking development: Fetterman suffered a stroke days before the primary and spent election day recovering in the hospital.
His victory was so decisive, it became a footnote amid a tight GOP Senate race that was still too early...