Fetterman exploring run for open Pennsylvania Senate seat

Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman is raising money to run for the state’s open Senate seat next year, making him the first prominent Democrat to step forward in the party’s most promising pickup opportunity in 2022.Fetterman, who also ran for the seat held by now-retiring Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) in 2016, sent an email to supporters soliciting campaign cash on Friday, telling them that he is exploring running for Senate.It’s the first concrete step Fetterman has taken toward running, though he told supporters he isn’t firmly declared for the race.“Pennsylvania will be the most important Senate race in 2022,” Fetterman wrote in the email, which included a bolded link to send him donations. “I’m confident we can win if we go for it. But before we make the call to announce a campaign, I want to get an idea of just how many of you would be with us.”Fetterman, who

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By Steven Shepard


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