Fetterman, Facing Health Questions, Boosts Public Schedule in Pennsylvania Senate Bid

John Fetterman, the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, suffered a stroke four months ago. His opponent, Mehmet Oz, says he isn’t disclosing enough about his health status to voters by declining to hold news conferences and by agreeing to appear at only one debate. The race is one of a handful of highly competitive contests that will determine control of the Senate, where each party now holds 50 seats. For Democrats, losing control of one or both chambers would make it significantly harder to control the Washington agenda.

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