Democrat John Fetterman suffers stroke just days before Pennsylvania’s Tuesday Senate primary

Democrat Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman says he suffered a stroke but is recovering just DAYS before his Tuesday primary election

  • Fetterman checked himself into a hospital after feeling unwell on Friday
  • He found out he had a stroke due to a blood clot in his heart, which doctors were able to remove and reverse. He is recovering now with no cognitive damage
  • The Pennsylvania lieutenant governor said he will be hospitalized for the time being but will be on the campaign trail again ‘sometime soon’
  • It’s not clear if he will be out in time for his Tuesday May 17 primary race
  • Fetterman had been leading in the Democrat primary polls against moderate House Rep. Conor Lamb 

Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman, the leading…

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