Pacemaker procedure was successful, Fetterman campaign says
The procedure to implant a pacemaker into Lt. Gov. John Fetterman was successful, a spokesperson for his U.S. Senate campaign said Tuesday.
In a campaign statement, Joe Calvello, director of communications, said Fetterman is still in the hospital and recovering.
“John continues to improve every day, and he is still on track for a full recovery,” he said.
Fetterman suffered a stroke last week, just days ahead of the primary election in Pennsylvania.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Tuesday announced that Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman, R-Centre, would temporarily be stepping in to serve as lieutenant governor while Fetterman recovers.
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