Pennsylvania is again a key battleground state for the midterm elections this November. The state has hotly contested races for governor and United States Senate.
So Biden traveled to Pittsburgh today to promote his administration’s “accomplishments.” But the two leading Democrats on Pennsylvania’s statewide primary ballot this May, were invited but won’t be showing up.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (pictured below), the frontrunner for the Senate nomination, and state Attorney General Josh Shapiro, the likely Democratic candidate for governor, cited scheduling conflicts. We’ve been in this game a LONG time. Candidates don’t have “scheduling conflicts” when popular presidents of their party come to town.