'We wish to win': Democrats face alternative in key Pa. Senate race

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Pennsylvania’s Democratic Occasion committee members backed U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb by 2 to 1 in an endorsement vote over Lt. Gov. John Fetterman within the major race for the state’s open U.S. Senate seat.

In two months, they’re going to discover out if their occasion feels in another way about nominating a mold-breaking candidate. Not solely did Fetterman come from the occasion’s progressive wing, however he is irreverent, blunt, 6 ft 8, tattooed and goateed, and most frequently seen carrying shorts.

Fetterman leads in marketing campaign money and is the one candidate to have run statewide earlier than.

However Democrats say the Jan. 6 riot stiffened their resolve to vote for the candidate who’s most electable.

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