Lt. Gov. of Pennsylvania and Democratic Senate candidate, John Fetterman, cast his vote Tuesday morning in his hometown of Braddock, just outside Pittsburgh. Fetterman, who drove himself in his pickup truck, didn’t answer any questions from reporters.
His opponent, Republican Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz, voted Tuesday morning in the upscale Philadelphia suburb he has called home for two years, making brief before being whisked into an SUV.
“Pennsylvania is sending a very clear message to Washington. We want less radicalism and more balance, so I encourage everyone to vote. It’s your duty,” Oz said.
Oz ignored questions from the large group of reporters, including whether he had a response to the lawsuit brought Monday night by Fetterman’s campaign. The suit seeks to allow undated or wrongly dated mail ballots to be counted.
-ABC News’ Eva Pilgrim and Will McDuffie