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Democrat leads COLLAPSE in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania Senate races


Democratic leads in two battleground states are slipping away ahead of next month’s midterm Senate elections where progressive candidates are accused of being too progressive. 

In Wisconsin, GOP Sen. Ron Johnson is now up almost two points over Democrat Mandela Barnes – 48.6 to 46.7 – according to the latest wave of public polling. 

In Pennsylvania, recent polling shows Democrat John Fetterman has gone from double digit leads in August to just four points ahead of Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz, a statistical tie in the race for GOP Sen. Pat Toomey’s seat. 

If Republicans hold onto Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, along with all other states Donald Trump carried in 2020, they would need to flip one Democrat-held seat to take control of the Senate. 

In Wisconsin, voters find both the Republican and the Democratic candidate ‘too extreme.’ 

Democrat John Fetterman

Republican Mehmet Oz

In Pennsylvania, recent polling shows Democrat John Fetterman has gone from double digit leads in August to just four points ahead of…



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