Fetterman holds final rally in Pittsburgh on election eve
A crowd gathered at Carpenter’s Pittsburgh training center to hear the candidate on the eve of the election.
“Sometimes I’m going to miss certain words, sometimes I’m going to mix two words together, but the one thing I’ll always get right is making sure we’re doing important things in Washington, D.C. are doing.” Fetterman said.
Focusing on his commitment to labor and defending the union’s way of life, Fetterman rallied among union workers.
Fetterman spoke about the issues at stake in race, including the economy, health care and a woman’s right to choose.
“That option is not Dr. (Mehmet) Oz’s. That option is not mine. It is with every woman and their doctors. We must strengthen the Sangh’s way of life and I can do nothing more than be anti-Sangh” “Think anti-American,” Fetterman said.
Fetterman ended the night by thanking his supporters.