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Trump-backed Republican doctor and Obama-backed Democrat football legend lock in main dispute result will show Biden management assessment, in addition to defining government rumors for years to come
By Jovem Pan 08/11/2022 08:12 - Updated 08/11/2022 08:14
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Midterms 8, this Tuesday, the 14th, 2018, and it should define the future of the Biden administration
Known for large urban and industrial centers in decline, the American spotlight of Pennsylvania stands out in the middle of the middle, examples of legislative centers in the country. Two unconventional candidates are vying for a seat for a senator, precisely the seat that can decide control of the US Senate. On one side is a football legend, John Fetterman (Democrats), on the other is a famous surgeon (Mehmet OzRepublicans). Oz has even had an award-winning TV show. The Columbia University professor of surgery has already received eight Emmys for “The Dr. Oz Show”. Recognized as "the plastic surgeons of Hollywood", he opposes the critics of medicine, who accuse him of prescribing "miracle supplements" without scientific evidence for weight and weight. The politics supported by President Donald Trump will now, in turn, the politics supported by the US, in turn, will be the mother of Donald Trump, in turn. Oz's main rival is John Fetterman, who is over two meters tall and has several tattoos all over his body, in addition to always wearing hoodies, even at rallies. Fetterman is a former mayor of a small town in Pennsylvania. He is recovering from a stroke in May, having trouble finding words when speaking. Fetterman, who has the backing of President Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama, has been ahead of the pack for a long time, but in the final stretch, he saw the advantage disappear. The dispute is fierce and may define whether Biden's Democrats will continue to have a majority in the Senate. Victory or defeat will still function as a kind of evaluation of the current government. The very voter Robin, says she will vote for the Democrats party is for these important changes to guarantee women's rights and also public health. Ryan, 32, argues that being more local, devotee of legislative laws is also important.
*With information from reporter Carolina Abelin


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