Who won the Pennsylvania senate race; Democratic lawmakers currently control a slim majority in the House, while the Senate is evenly divided, with Vice President Harris holding the tie-breaking vote.
John Fetterman, lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, is travelling to America. Having fought for control of one of the nation’s battleground states and endured a campaign rife with personal health debates, the Senate. Mehmet Oz, a famous physician backed by Trump, lost to him.
The first vacancy in the Pennsylvania Senate in a decade occurred when retiring Republican Sen. Pat Toomey departed the seat. Democrats now have a better chance of securing larger margins on Capitol Hill thanks to Fetterman’s victory.
Democratic lawmakers currently control a slim majority in the House, while the Senate is evenly divided, with Vice President Harris holding the tie-breaking vote.
Days before the primary, Fetterman had a stroke, jeopardising his life; he required a pacemaker implant. He conducted just video appearances for two months and did not go back out on the campaign trail.
After returning to the road, Fetterman conducted some interviews with closed captioning.
Oz, who became well-known through appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show, announced his run for the Senate last year based on his disagreement with how the federal government handled the COVID-19 outbreak.
Oz has defended other health advice that has come under fire and testified at a Senate inquiry on misleading diet supplement advertising. He has also pushed hydroxychloroquine as a COVID treatment.