PENNSYLVANIA — Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor and the Commonwealth’s Democratic Senate nominee John Fetterman was released from the hospital Sunday after he had a standard procedure to implant a pacemaker with a defibrillator.
In a statement, Fetterman said the following:
“Today I am headed back to Braddock. After getting amazing care from the wonderful team at Penn Medicine Lancaster General Hospital, I could not be happier to finally be heading home to be with my family. I want to take a moment and thank everyone; Gisele, myself, and the kids have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from folks across the commonwealth. Thank you everyone so much for having our backs and supporting us through this. I am feeling great, but per my doctor’s orders, and Gisele’s orders, I am going to continue to rest and recover. Later this week I will have a follow-up visit with my doctors at Penn Medicine Lancaster General Hospital. I am going to take the time I need now to rest and get to 100% so I can go full speed soon and flip this seat blue.”
Fetterman said he will Braddock, where he served as the mayor for 13 years from 2006 to 2019.
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