Republican Mehmet Oz and Democrat John Fetterman have cast their ballots Tuesday in Pennsylvania’s hotly contested Senate race.
The showdown between Oz, a former daytime television host, and Fetterman, the current lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, was deemed a toss-up in Fox News’ power rankings heading into election day.
“I’m very proud of how I’ve run this campaign. Pennsylvanians are sending a very clear message to Washington — we want less radicalism, and more balance,” Oz told a group a reporters that had gathered Tuesday after he cast his ballot at Bryn Athyn Borough Hall in Huntington Valley, north of Philadelphia.
“So I encourage everyone to vote, it’s your duty,” Oz added.
Fetterman, meanwhile, did not offer comments after casting his vote at the New Hope Baptist Church in Braddock, a Pittsburgh suburb where he used to serve as mayor.
“I voted for that guy,” said Fetterman’s wife, Gisele, when asked by a reporter about her selection.