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— John Fetterman (@JohnFetterman) November 18, 2020
Combining all these factors, political science professor Chris Borick of Muhlenberg College says he believes Fetterman could have a recipe potent enough to pull off a statewide election win.
“He could speak for the challenges of working class people on the margins and some of the problems that they have, from substance abuse to access to healthcare,” Borick said.
It’s too early to say whether Fetterman will run for governor or U.S. Senate, the top two contests on the 2022 ballot. He tried the latter back in 2016 and finished third in the Democratic primary. But just two years later, he won the Democratic primary for lieutenant governor with nearly 38 percent of the vote in a…