HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania – Dr Mehmet Oz and Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman are preparing to face off on the debate stage in the race for the US Senate, but voters Fox News spoke to were skeptical they would hear well more than “demagoguery”.
“I don’t really listen to the charades that are on TV,” Brian told Fox News. “I pretty much look at people’s record and stick to that.”
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This will be the only debate between Oz and Fetterman and is the most high-profile of a number of debates taking place Tuesday night in key states.
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Oz, a Republican, has repeatedly slammed his opponent for ‘dodging’ debates, accusing the Democratic nominee of being too scared to ‘address his radical positions’ or being unable to debate due to poor health following a stroke.
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The debates are “just a matter of them stating what people want to hear, and they’re not really speaking from the heart,” Katie said. “No one ever accomplishes what they say they want to do.”