Democrat Senate Candidates Facing New Issues In Key States

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Both Wisconsin and Pennsylvania are key states in the 2022 election.

Democrat candidates Mandela Barnes (Wisconsin) and John Fetterman (Pennsylvania) are both facing problems for being progressive.

Public polling is showing both candidates doing worse.

GOP Senator Ron Johnson is pulling ahead of Democrat Mandela Barnes in Wisconsin and GOP Senate Candidate Mehmet Oz is now in a statistical tie with Dem candidate John Fetterman.

Axios reported:

Democrats are facing fresh problems in two pivotal Senate battlegrounds in which their nominees are facing attacks for being too progressive.

What’s happening: In Wisconsin, GOP Sen. Ron Johnson has pulled ahead of Democrat Mandela Barnes in the latest wave of public polls. In Pennsylvania, recent polling suggests Democrat John Fetterman’s double-digit advantage over Republican Mehmet Oz has shrunk to a statistical tie. They are vying for the seat held by retiring GOP Sen. Pat Toomey.

Why it matters: The Republican momentum in both states, acknowledged by strategists on both sides, means the pathway for Republicans to win back the Senate majority looks clearer.

If they hold Wisconsin and Pennsylvania — along with all the states Trump carried — Republicans would need to unseat just one Democratic incumbent.

Here comes the Red Wave.