Pennsylvania’s Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman and Republican Mehmet Oz have finally met in person to talk before voters about state issues. The two U.S Senate candidates attended a live debate Tuesday night that was broadcast across the state. Fetterman’s health was at the forefront of discussion, but he vowed he would only continue to recover after a stroke five months ago. Also, Candidate Oz also said he’d support a Donald Trump presidential run in two years. The election for the state’s U.S. Senate seat is being closely watched as a race that could help flip control of the Senate.