NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Pennsylvanians discussed their plans to vote Democratic or Republican in the forthcoming midterm elections as well as the factors that were swaying them.
A resident of Allentown told Fox News, “Democrat because I feel like they’re going to better safeguard our country” and “they’re pro-choice.”
However, a different Pennsylvanian declared that he would support the Republican candidate.
“Search the area. Observe the news. It’s terrible. I am unable to continue, “He spoke to Fox News. “Yeah, I want to smack someone every time you go to the petrol station.”
JOHN FETTERMAN, A DEM SENATE CANDIDATE, APPEALS TO THE 2013 USE OF A GUNS ON AN UNARMED BLACK JOGGER
In the Pennsylvania Senate race, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman currently has a five-point advantage over Dr. Mehmet Oz, according to a recent Susquehanna Polling and Research poll. The poll also revealed that abortion access was almost as significant to respondents as the state of the economy and inflation.
Local resident Xavier of Allentown said to Fox News, “I favor Democrats.” My main concern is only with respect to rights.
I won’t pretend to be that invested in politics, Xavier declared. “I would care a lot less if it weren’t for the fact that it’s about the rights of individuals, like the right for people to receive abortions and the right for doctors to perform those abortions without facing jail time, if they weren’t under threat, for example.”
FETTERMAN TORCHED FOR SAYING MINORIOTIES WERE LESS LIKELY THAN POORER PEOPLE TO HAVE ID TO VOTE: ENTIRELY RACIST
Democratic candidate Fetterman has characterized Republican nominee Oz as extremist by alleging that Oz wants to outlaw all abortions. However, according to Oz, most of the voters he encounters on the campaign road accept his exceptions for rape, incest, and situations in which the mother’s life is in danger.
FETTERMAN claimed in 2016 that he adhered to the Black Lives Matter movement and thought its stances were reasonable.
A teacher informed Fox News that she would be voting “Democrat,” citing “education” and “women’s rights” as her reasons.
One man, Matt, stated, “I hope that the Republicans take back the House and Senate because we need a little more stabilization.” “I think it’s wonderful to assist others. But I come from a family that had to work for everything, even if we weren’t particularly poor or wealthy.”