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U.S. Sen. John Fetterman, the Pennsylvania Democrat who suffered a stroke during his campaign last year, was hospitalized Wednesday night after feeling lightheaded while attending a Senate Democratic retreat, his office said.
Initial tests at George Washington University Hospital did not show evidence of a new stroke, Fetterman’s communications director, Joe Calvello, said in a statement issued Wednesday night.
Doctors were running more tests and the senator remained at the hospital for observation, according to the statement.
“He is in good spirits and talking with his staff and family. We will provide more information when we have it,” Calvello said.
Fetterman, 53, succeeded Republican Sen. Pat Toomey after a hard-fought contest against Republican nominee Mehmet Oz last year.
He defeated the celebrity heart surgeon by 5 percentage points and flipped a seat that was key to Democrats holding the Senate majority.
More than $300 million was spent during the campaign, the most expensive for the Senate in 2022.
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