Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, a leading Democratic candidate vying for the state’s open U.S. Senate seat, says he suffered a stroke on Friday but is on his way to a full recovery, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
“Fetterman said doctors told him he suffered no cognitive damage and that he could return to the campaign trail after resting and recovering.”
The Democratic primary is on Tuesday.
New York Times: “The development upended his ability to engage voters in-person during the most intense stretch of the race. Still, he has been leading his main Democratic rival, Representative Conor Lamb, by double digits in sparse public polling.”Save to Favorites