Republican candidates for Pa. Senate seat sq. off in debate

HARRISBURG, Pa. – 5 of the seven Republican candidates for one among Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate seats took to the controversy stage in Harrisburg Monday.

Jeff Bartos, Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dave McCormick, Kathy Barnette, and Carla Sands went face to face for the primary time hoping to win the GOP spot in Could. From the battle in Ukraine, to abortion, to the 2020 election and the financial system, the candidates fielded voter questions.

Throughout the political aisle, Pennsylvania’s Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate continued their collection of debates Monday night time.

John Fetterman, Malcolm Kenyatta, Alexandria Khalil and Conor Lamb squared off at Dickinson School. They hit on a lot of points, together with combating inflation and violent crime.

Earlier this month 69 Information reported on a Democratic Senate debate at Muhlenberg School in Allentown.

The Pennsylvania major is Could 17.

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