Pennsylvania’s Republican Senate candidate Mehmet Oz has challenged Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, his Democratic opponent, to a debate in September, but Fetterman has said he needs more time to recover from the stroke he suffered in May and said any debate must be pushed to October.
Oz has said he will not agree to debate in mid-October unless Fetterman also agrees to debate in September. The Republican candidate wants to debate Fetterman before voters begin submitting early mail-in ballots.
“The first debate has to be in September so we can allow voters to know who their candidates are right now,” Oz told Axios. “Pick one of the debates in the next two, three weeks. So we can get this ball rolling.”…


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