HARRISBURG (AP) – Democrat John Fetterman struggled at times to explain his positions and spoke haltingly throughout a Tuesday night debate in Harrisburg against Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz as they vie for a critical U.S. Senate seat in PA. Fetterman addressed what he called the “elephant in the room”: the stroke he suffered five months ago. He said it knocked him down, but he’s “going to keep coming back up.” Oz ignored his opponent’s health challenges, instead seizing on Fetterman’s radical policies on immigration, pardoning criminals, and his support for President Biden. After the debate, both men claimed victory. Both want to take over the seat of outgoing Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey.