Lt. Gov. John Fetterman suffers stoke days before PA Senate election | USA TODAY

Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman shared that he suffered a stroke just days before the primary election.

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Fetterman, 52, said in a statement that he wasn’t feeling well Friday and went to the hospital at the urging of his wife.

“I had a stroke that was caused by a clot from my heart being in an A-fib rhythm for too long,” Fetterman said in a statement. He said the doctors were able to remove the clot, “reversing the stroke,” and got his heart under control.

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