Mehmet Oz will take the stage against his Pennsylvania Democratic U.S. Senate opponent in an Oct. 25 debate if three conditions are met, his campaign said on Sept. 14.
After weeks of listening to Oz questioning Fetterman’s refusal to participate in a debate, Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor agreed to a forum hosted by Nexstar Television in Harrisburg on Oct. 25, exactly two weeks before the Nov. 8 general election day.
Oz has repeatedly said that the first debate should be held before the first mail-in ballots are sent out on Sept. 19. Fetterman, who had a stroke just before the Democratic primary in May, has made few public appearances since winning his party’s nomination. He continues to experience auditory processing issues that prevent him from promptly responding to what he hears….


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