PA Lt. Governor Fetterman considers 2022 Senate run


Pennsylvania's Lt. Governor is looking to change his office and job.

John Fetterman tweeted a series of messages to his followers in which he revealed that he's considering a run for the U.S. Senate in 2022.

Fetterman tweeted a link to an interview with the Inquirer where he discussed his interest in running along with the message:

"What I know to be True:

All work has dignity. All paychecks must too.

Union Way of Life is sacred + built this nation.

Healthcare is a basic human right.

LGBTQIA Rainbow flag deserves Equal Protection Under The Law.

Immigration Makes America, America Flag of United States"

In October of last year, Senator Pat Toomey confirmed that he would not be seeking re-election in 2022.

At the time, Toomey said he was stepping away because he supports term limits for congress.

In another tweet, Fetterman also tweeted a link to a donation collection website to gauge support from the public to apparently help him decide whether or not to run.

In the tweet, he wrote:

"Every one of PA’s 67 counties matter.

Forgotten communities + neighborhoods must be rebuilt.

2nd Chances + redemption + reimagining criminal justice reform.

Legal Weed for USA + ending the War on Drugs.

Pennsylvania needs a United States Senator that knows this is True too."