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Fetterman Begins Return to Campaign Trail

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John Fetterman, 52, said he is working with a speech therapist and said he would not run if he thought he could not endure the demands of a campaign. His health has been a dominant issue in the Senate race since the days before the May 17 primary, when his campaign revealed that he had a stroke.
4 months ago·Harrisburg, United States

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Fetterman: '100% able' to run for Pa. Senate after stroke

In his first media interview since having a stroke two months ago, Democratic Senate nominee John Fetterman of Pennsylvania says he's “100% able to run fully and to win” against Republican Mehmet Oz in November

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Fetterman: '100% able' to run for Pa. Senate after stroke

HARRISBURG — In his first media interview since having a stroke two months ago, Democratic Senate nominee John Fetterman of Pennsylvania said Wednesday he is “100% able to run fully

4 months ago·United States
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Fetterman Hopes to Return to Campaign Trail Soon, as His Recovery Continues

After a stroke in May, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman of Pennsylvania, the state’s Democratic Senate nominee, is slowly re-emerging in public. His first interview since then was with a Pittsburgh paper.

4 months ago·New York, United States
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Fetterman says he has ‘nothing to hide’ on health, will be back campaigning soon

He told the Post-Gazette that he has “no physical limits,” walks four to five miles each day, understands words properly and hasn’t lost any of his memory.

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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PA Sen. Race: Fetterman says he’s ‘feeling really good’ in first interview since stroke

(The Hill) – Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, who is the Democratic nominee for the state’s open Senate seat, said in his first interview after having a stroke in May that he is “feeling…

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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Fetterman: ‘100% able’ to run for Pa. Senate after stroke

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- In his first media interview since having a stroke two months ago, Democratic Senate nominee John Fetterman of Pennsylvania said Wednesday he is "100% able to run fully and to win" against Republican Mehmet Oz in November. Read More

4 months ago·Canada
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