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Allentown, Pennsylvania – Pennsylvanians shared whether they plan to vote Democrat or Republican in the upcoming midterm elections, and what issues are influencing their decisions.
“They’re Democrats because they think they’ll better defend our country,” an Allentown local told Fox News. “They are in favor of the choice.”
But another Pennsylvanian said he would vote Republican.
“Look around. Look at the news. It sucks. I can’t do it anymore,” he told Fox News. “Every time you go to the gas station, yeah, I want to hit someone.”
Democratic Senate candidate Jon Fetterman defends pulling gun on unarmed black jogger in 2013
A recent Susquehanna Polling and Research study found Lt. John Fetterman leading Dr. Memet Oz by five points in the Pennsylvania Senate race. The poll also found that voters think access to abortion is almost as important as the economy and inflation.
“I prefer Democrats,” Allentown local Xavier told Fox News.
“I’m not going to pretend I’m not so keen on politics,” Xavier said. It’s like the right to have an abortion and not go to jail, like if it’s in danger, I don’t really care.”
Fetterman denounced it as “totally racist”, saying that “poorer” people, “minorities”, were less likely to have ID to vote.
Fetterman, a Democrat, argued that Oz wanted to ban all abortions and painted the Republican nominee as extreme. The case exception states, “It’s acceptable to most people I talk to on the campaign trail.”
FETTERMAN said in 2016 that he holds a “worldview” where black lives matter, and the perspective is considered “common sense.”
“Democrats,” the teacher told Fox News, citing “education” and “women’s rights” as reasons for voting for that party.
“I hope the Republicans take back the House and Senate because we need to stabilize a little more,” said Matt, one man. “I think it’s great to help people. But my house was never poor, never rich, and had to work for something.”
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A woman named Roxy told Fox News she would vote Democrat partly because she “doesn’t live here and doesn’t want someone from Turkey.”
Born in Cleveland, Oz holds dual citizenship with Turkey. He said he would renounce his Turkish citizenship if elected to the Senate.
But another man said he would vote Republican “because he feels the Democrats have let us down.”