Winner Decided in Pennsylvania Senate Race

Democrat John Fetterman is considered the winner of the US Senate election in Pennsylvania.

Fetterman defeated Republican Mehmet Oz.

Fox News and NBC were among the first media outlets to call the race for Fetterman.

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Fetterman received 49.87 percent of the vote early Wednesday morning, while his opponent Oz trailed by 47.69 percent, according to Decision Desk HQ.


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Fetterman’s victory marks a Democratic turnaround in a year seen as unfavorable for the incumbent president’s party.

He claimed the win early Wednesday morning.

In an early morning victory speech, Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor thanked his supporters.

Oz was yet to officially concede the race at the time of Fetterman’s victory speech.

The former mayor of Braddock, Pennsylvania will replace Senator Pat Toomey, a Republican.

The loss equates to a major defeat for the Republicans and weighs on the party’s hopes of gaining a Senate majority in the midterms.


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Results in Arizona, Nevada and Georgia will ultimately determine majorities in the chamber, with Republicans likely needing victories in all three states to reach a majority starting early Wednesday morning. Winner Decided in Pennsylvania Senate Race

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