Heated atmosphere before Senate elections
Politics heats up in America ahead of the midterm Senate election, and Democratic and Republican leaders such as Barack Obama, Joe Bide and Donald Trump are also camping in Pennsylvania and campaigning for their candidates. The Democratic Party has fielded John Fetterman in Pennsylvania, while the Republican Party has fielded Mehmet Oz. According to US media reports, these elections are going to be a close contest and which of the two candidates will win, nothing can be said at the moment. At the same time, speaking to supporters in Downtown Pittsburgh, Barack Obama said that last week the politically motivated attack on Democratic House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband Paul was the result of hate speech made by opponents of the Democratic Party. .
Obama lashed out at Republicans
Barack Obama, two-time President of the United States, while addressing his supporters, said that, ‘Speaking nonsense about your political opponents, calling them crazy and making such rhetoric creates a dangerous environment.’ Without naming any Republican leader, Barack Obama said, “You have politicians who, instead of bringing people together, work to divide and incite them and turn us against each other for our own benefit.” They do this to intimidate each other, so that they can come to power.” However, the Republican Party alleges that the Democratic Party instigated the violence by fueling the widespread anti-racism protests that rocked the country in 2020″. He is visiting five US states and after Pittsburgh, he will travel to Philadelphia, where he will address people at Temple University with President Biden.
Donald Trump is also handling the front
On the other hand, Donald Trump is also leading his Republican Party candidates to victory and he addressed a rally in Latrobe, southeast of Pittsburgh. During this he sought votes for Republican nominee and celebrity Doctor Oz and Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano. Donald Trump is proceeding with great caution and political analysts believe that after the end of the midterm elections, Donald Trump may step forward to declare his candidacy in the 2024 presidential election. At the same time, the mid-term elections in America are becoming very interesting, because this contest is also about showing their power between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. If the Democratic Party loses, then President Biden could be under heavy pressure and his loss would mean that the Democratic Party may have to consider another candidate in the 2024 election.
The credibility of both the parties is at stake
Several issues dominate the US midterm election, including the immediate aftermath of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan and the Ukraine war. Both these incidents have caused considerable damage to President Biden’s reputation, while Donald Trump has repeatedly called Biden a ‘weak’ leader on these issues. At the same time, the election of Pennsylvania is also different because voters here are not supporters of any one party, but voters here have once supported Donald Trump in the presidential election, while in the next election they voted for Biden. . Hence, both the parties have started playing different bets to woo the voters. At the same time, supporters of both the parties have also reached from across the state to attract the people.