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Fetterman trolls Oz, Mastriano with ‘Jersey Boys’ meme following stories of voter registration in NJ – ABC27


Democratic Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman mocked Republican opponent Mehmet Oz and Republican Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano on Friday utilizing a “Jersey Boys” meme following stories that the latter candidate was registered to vote in New Jersey till final 12 months.

Fetterman, the lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, responded to an article printed by the New Jersey Globe that reported Mastriano was registered to vote within the state for 28 years till election officers modified his standing to inactive final 12 months.

The article additionally talked about Oz’s previous residence and file of voting in New Jersey and reported that the candidate may legally vote within the state if he selected to not vote in Pennsylvania.

Fetterman’s meme used a picture from the musical “Jersey Boys” with pictures of Oz and Mastriano added.

The Democrat adopted the meme with a video compilation of Oz discussing his residence in New Jersey, captioning the tweet: “He now refers to himself in adverts as ‘Pennsylvania’s physician.’ However he’ll all the time be JERSEY STRONG.”

The video included six situations of Oz saying, “I stay in New Jersey” and one in all him saying he’s from the state.

Fetterman’s marketing campaign has hunted for months to painting Oz as a carpetbagger from New Jersey, using varied strategies — together with an airplane banner and a petition so as to add the Republican candidate to the New Jersey Corridor of Fame — to troll him over the difficulty.

A Monmouth College poll released on Wednesday discovered that Fetterman had a 9-point lead over Oz within the race to switch Republican Sen. Pat Toomey (Pa.).

Fetterman’s favorability ranking amongst Pennsylvanians surveyed was 11 factors larger than Oz’s, whereas Oz’s unfavorability ranking was 14 factors larger than Fetterman’s.

In the meantime, a Monmouth College poll released on Friday discovered Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Josh Shapiro main Mastriano by 18 factors.

The Hill has reached out to Oz and Mastriano for touch upon the stories.


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